Saturday’s transfer talk: Onuachu, Etebo, Okonkwo, Kayode, Simy

Nigerian striker faces uncertain future at Genk

Nigerian striker Stephen Odey is unsure exactly where he will be playing his club football in the 2021-22 season.

Leicester City-linked Nigerian enforcer joins Royal Antwerp

Nigerian midfielder, Alhassan Yusuf has agreed to join Belgian Pro League club, Royal Antwerp from IFK Goteborg, Futbalgalore.com.ng reports.

Born in Kano, Nigeria, Yusuf was taken abroadpP by Tiki Taka football group where he impressed in a tournament.

Nigerian-eligible goalkeeper inks new Arsenal deal

Arsenal’s future goalkeeping talent Arthur Okonkwo will remain in the club’s books for several more years.

Arsenal confirmed that the 18-year-old goalkeeper, who has been with the club since he was nine, has secured an extended first-team contract.

England Under-18 midfielder Carney Chukwuemeka has added two Premier League giants to the list of clubs chasing his signature.

Manchester United and Manchester City are interested in the 17-year-old, who has made two first-team appearance for Aston Villa.

Monaco, PSV and Leipzig are also interested in the player, who was described by Villa chief executive Christian Purslow in March 2020 as “probably the best 16-year-old in England”.

Carney Chukwuemeka is eligible to play for Nigeria at international level.

Porto determined to keep highly rated Sanusi

Zaidu Sanusi’s performances for FC Porto have grabbed attention of clubs across Europe.

The Super Eagles star has been linked to Inter Milan and AS Roma, but Futbalgalore.com.ng says the Portuguese Preimera Liga side do not want to let him leave this summer for less than €30 million.

Genoa, Bologna and Venezia want Simy

Simy Nwankwo looks to be on his way out of Crotone this summer.

Futbalgalore.com.ng reports the Nigerian star will meet with the club to discuss a potential move away from the Italian Serie B club.

Genoa are one of the top contenders to land him, alongside Bologna and Venezia.

Genk want €30m for Watford target Onuachu

KRC Genk will not let Paul Onuachu leave for less than €30 million this summer, according to Futbalgalore.com.ng reports.

The striker has been linked with Arsenal, West Ham United and Watford.

Genk will not let him go cheap, however, and so Watford have reportedly been linked with the big forward lately.

It will recalled that Onuachu hit 35 goals in the Belgian Pro League last term.

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