Juventus Keeping Tabs On Everton Striker Onyekuru

Juventus are keeping tabs on Everton starlet Henry Onyekuru, who is on a season-long loan at Anderlecht, according to reports in Italy.

The 20-year-old was hot property in the summer after scoring 22 goals in Belgium last season and he was linked with Arsenal and West Ham.

In the end, the striker left KAS Eupen to join Everton as they agreed to shell out £7million to bring him to Goodison Park.

However Onyekuru may not be at Everton for long as, according to Tuttosport, Juventus are already chasing him.

The Nigerian is currently on loan at Anderlecht this season and Juve are monitoring his progress closely.

Everton, however, are reported to have no plans to let Onyekuru go so soon after they signed him.


Nworuh Can’t Wait To Kickstart Indian Super League Career With Chennaiyin FC


Jude Nworuh is anxious to start Indian Super League campaign with his new club Chennaiyin FC .

The 28-year-old Nigerian striker shared his thought in a post on Instagram alongside the picture above on Thursday.

“With the two World Cup winnner players of National team of Spain @Gabi and @idingo can’t wait to kick the season with this 2 Experience players,” stated the former Ilves, whose European exploits started at Danish club Midtjylland, where he scored 17 goals in 88 matches between 2008 and 2012.

He has also played at Fredericia,  AC Horsens, Bnei Yehuda Tel Aviv and  Bnei Sakhnin.

Chennaiyin FC are based in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. They took part in the inaugural edition of Indian Super League in 2014 and emerged champions the following year.


FC Zurich Pleased With Stephen Odey Signing


FC Zurich are delighted to complete the singing of Nigeria striker Stephen Odey after a protracted delay.

Head of Sport at Swiss top flight club Thomas Bickel spoke glowingly of the former MFM FC striker, who weighed in with 18 goals during the recently concluded 2016-2017 Nigeria Professional Football League season.

“Stephen became the top scorer in his country and was called up to the national team at the age of just 19. We’re very happy that he’d like to make the next step in his career at our club,” the former Switzerland international said in a statement on the club’s official website on Wednesday.



The remaining part of the statement reads: “19-year-old Nigerian striker Stephen Odey joins FC Zurich from MFM FC Lagos with immediate effect. He has signed a contract until the end of the 2020/2021 season.

“FC Zurich and Odey had already agreed on this transfer a few weeks ago, but clearance by FIFA had been outstanding. Clearance has now been received today, which makes the 182 cm tall striker eligible to play for FC Zurich as of now.

“During the past two years, Odey played for MFM FC Lagos in Nigeria’s first division and became the league’s top scorer (18 goals) last season. Last June, Odey made his international debut with Nigeria’s national team in a test match against Togo.”