Super Eagles goalkeeper Maduka Okoye advised top clubs in Europe to adopt Chelsea method to sign him in the summer.
Okoye believes it would be nice for any top team to sign him and loan him back to Sparta Rotterdam for some years, so he can continue his growth.
Chelsea is known for adopting that strategy in the past, with Kenneth Omeruo also part of the system when he was signed in 2012.
The Nigerian defender went on loan to several clubs before – he signed for Leganes after a successful loan spell with the Segunda side.
Speaking to Transfermarkt, Okoye stated that the move would be good for all parties.
“I think it would be a good idea for a big team to buy me but then loan me back for one or two years to Sparta.
“That way Sparta could earn some money, and I can continue to play regularly, to develop my game.
“When the new club is ready to hand me the number one spot – then I could move there—similar to how Chelsea has done it in the past.”
Okoye has kept seven clean sheets in twenty league games this season, conceding 28 goals.