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AC Milan Interested In Super Eagles Star

AC Milan Interested In Super Eagles Star

Serie A giants AC Milan have expressed interest in Super Eagles and Villarreal forward Samuel Chukwueze over a potential summer deal.

It is likely that Milan head coach Stefano Pioli will ask for some improvements to be made in the attacking department, especially on the right wing given he ended up moving Brahim Diaz there because he was dissatisfied with the performance of Junior Messias and Alexis Saelemaekers.
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According to Sky Sports international reporter and football transfers expert Gianluca Di Marzio, Milan have already made contacts for Chukwueze.

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“AC Milan are very interested in signing Samuel Chukwueze from Villarreal. At the moment the asking price is ‘very high’ but Milan are trying and have started the first contacts.”

Chukwueze amassed 13 goals plus 11 assists in 50 games cross all competitions last season for the Yellow Submarines.

The 24-year-old with 11 goal contributions in 37 LaLiga games, scoring six goals and providing five assists.

The winger is expected to be named in the Super Eagles squad for the 2023 AFCON qualifier against Sierra Leone in Monrovia, Liberia.


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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 6
  • UBFE 1 year ago

    This is what we keep hearing every season.
    Barca is ready to sign this one, Madrid have agreed personal terms with that one, Chelsea is discussing a 5 year contract agreement with the camp of the other person, Man UTD have joined the race to sign this defender, Man City have agreed personal terms, subject to medical….bla bla bla bla bla….

    Last last, CHUKWUEZE has joined LUTON TOWN, he has signed a 4 year contract.
    His main aim is to help the team beat the drop and remain in the premier league.

    The question is, when will our boys make the rumours a reality?

    When will they make this giant move to a UCL trophy favorite?

    When will they stop joining relegation struggling teams?

    Are they born to struggle in league forever?

    Hmmmm

    It’s well Sha…

  • Ako Amadi 1 year ago

    Despite NFF corruption, Nigerian players are highly rated abroad, and on paper the Super Eagles should be unbeatable in Africa!

  • @Ako Amadi yet again you miss the point of what @UBFE is making let me explain in short and simple form. Nigeria players are undervaluing themselves because of the stupid transfer decisions they make.

    either that or the transfer news that is coming out of Nigeria regarding some of our players are made up.

  • Sean 1 year ago

    Seriously, I’m tried of naija players. Moses Simon is now surplus to requirement in Nantes after his refusal to go to a better club after his performance in nations cup. I remembered Newcastle, OGC Nice came for him. Now our assistant captain May end up in Saudi like Musa the main captain… is that not a disgrace to a team like Nigeria? I won’t be surprised if Osimhen doesn’t feature in the next champions league (if joining Chelsea) when the likes of PSG will be losing Neymar and Messi, Madrid losing Benzema and Bayern losing Mane.

  • You guys do not understand how transfer/rumour/gossips is being done in Europe. Let me break it down for y’all. Most Nigerian/African players have their names been thrown into big transfer rumours as plan B,C,D,E,F…..etc to get a better bargain for the main target. An Example is Osimhen/Lautaro Martinez’s name being thrown into Real Madrid transfer rumour as a way to let Harry Kane and Daniel Levy know that they’ve got other possibilities if Tottenham refuses to “play ball”. Nigeria should produce quality players first and foremost before you guys starts hoping for big clubs to start running after them. As of now, Nigerian players are average and they deserve average clubs.

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