EXCLUSIVE: Check out Top 7 Nigerian Players who changed Clubs during January Transfer window

EXCLUSIVE: Check out Top 7 Nigerian Players who changed Clubs during January Transfer window

As the January transfer window remains open with a lot of transfer deals are going on in Europe, we take a look at some January transfers made by 7 Super Eagles of Nigeria Players in the recent past. 

1.Odion Ighalo (Watford to Changchun Yatai)

Odion Ighalo-Super Eagles

Odion Ighalo [Image: Getty]


The Super Eagles powerhouse, Ighalo ended his nine-year relationship with European Football, quitting Watford for Chinese outfit Changchun Yatai three years after moving to England from the Italian side.

2. Mikel John Obi (Chelsea to Tianjin TEDA)

John Obi Mikel

John Obi Mikel | Credit: Foot01

Super Eagles Influential Captain, Mikel John Obi joined the legion of top footballers moving to the Chinese Super League, ending his trophy-laden nine-year spell at the Stamford Bridge.

3. Chinedu Obasi( AIK to Shenzhen)

Obasi-Super Eagles

Chinedu Obasi [Image: Superliga]

Former U-20 Silver medalist, Chinedu Ogbuke Obasi revived his football career in Sweden last season scoring six goals in ten games to earn a lucrative deal at Chinese second division side Shenzhen.

 

4. Wilfred Ndidi (KRC Genk to Leicester City)

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Wilfried Ndidi [Image: Getty]

One of Nigeria’s fast-rising stars and one of the most important players at the King’s Power Stadium, Wilfred Ndidi made a giant leap from Belgian side KRC Genk after two seasons to English Premier League champions Leicester City replacing French workaholic Midfielder, N’golo Kante.

5. Aaron Samuel (Guangzhou R&F to CSKA Moscow)

Aaron Samuel

Aaron Samuel [Image: Informationng]

Nigeria striker, Aaron Samuel, signed a four and a half year contract with Russian champions CSKA Moscow.

6. Nosa Igiebor (Maccabi Tel Aviv to Caykur Rizespor)

Nosa Igiebor-Super Eagles

Nosa Igiebor [Image: Nationalgossip]

Nosa Igiebor joined Godfrey Oboabona and Bright Edomwonyi at Caykur Rizespor before the expiration of his current deal with Maccabi Tel Aviv.

7. Elderson Echiejile (Monaco to Sporting Gijon)

Super Eagles-Echiejile

Elderson Echiejile [Image: Getty]

Elderson Uwa Echiejile joined his fifth European club when he joined Sporting Gijon in the 2017 January transfer window after his loan deal with Standard Liege was cut short by his parent club Monaco.

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