Porto want N11.1b for Super Eagles LB represented by Ronaldo's agent amid EPL interestPublished: May 26, 2022
Portuguese Primeira Liga champions Porto have set a price tag for Nigeria international Zaidu Sanusi.
According to Portuguese sports newspaper Record (subscription required), Porto would be demanding 25 million euros (approximately N11.1 billion in Nigerian currency) should a team come for the left-back this summer.
The report added that Sanusi's asking price is high because he is attracting interest from the English Premier League.
The Nigerian has seen his stock rise and has become a darling to the Porto fans after his injury time game-winning strike against Benfica handed the Dragons their 30th league title on May 7, 2022.
And about two weeks later, the Super Eagle put up another impressive performance to help Porto win the Taça de Portugal Placard.
Sanusi is represented by Portuguese super agent Jorge Mendes, who also looks after Manchester United superstar Cristiano Ronaldo, Liverpool's Fabinho, Manchester City's Bernardo Silva among others.
Signed from Santa Clara in August 2020, the 24-year-old has a contract with Porto until the end of the 2024-2025 season.
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