Nigerian players' transfer highlights: 2004-born defender signs new Man Utd deal; Uwakwe update
Published: July 24, 2021
Nigerian players' transfer highlights: 2004-born defender signs new Man Utd deal; Uwakwe, regarded as Nigeria's number one authority on the transfer market, brings you the latest movements, deals as good as done and transfer news involving Nigerian players.

EFL League One club Burton Albion have confirmed the signing of ex-Wales underage international of Nigerian descent Aaron Amadi-Holloway on a one-year deal, subject to international clearance.

Still in the Football League, Northampton Town have added promising left-back Ali Koiki to their roster following a successful trial.

Koiki previously wore the jerseys of Crystal Palace and Burnley youth teams, before spells at Swindon Town and Bristol Rovers.

Manchester United have confirmed that versatile defender Maxi Oyedele has signed a scholarship with the club.

The 2004-born player is among eleven first-year scholars promoted to the U18 group ahead of the 2021-2022 season.

The Star has suggested that Sheffield Wednesday boss Darren Moore may hold on to Chelsea midfielder Tariq Uwakwe and Fulham winger Sylvester Jasper a bit longer after this weekend's friendly against Wrexham was cancelled.

The two youngsters have been training with the Owls with a view to a possible move this summer.

Kingsley Eduwo has ended a three-year association with CS Sfaxien by sealing a permanent transfer to UAE club Al-Orooba. The deal is for two seasons.

Meanwhile, earlier this month, Jordan Zirkzee, younger brother of Bayern Munich's Joshua Zirkzee, made an under-the-radar transfer to Bayer Leverkusen youth team from Feyenoord.

Ifeanyi Emmanuel

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