Agent: Chukwueze Attracting Interest From EPL Teams

Agent: Chukwueze Attracting Interest From EPL Teams

Villarreal’s Nigerian winger Samuel Chukwueze is attracting interest from English Premier League teams according to his agent Johnny Ogbah reports Completesportsnigeria.com.

Chukwueze’s contract is currently due to expire at the end of the season.

The 19-year-old has been a part of the first team at the La Liga side since September, with four goals being scored from 12 outings in all competitions.

Villarreal are keen to extend the player’s contract and insert a large release clause, amid interests from England Ogbah stated.

“Many clubs are interested in signing Samu, but we will have a clearer idea of it in the New Year,” Ogbah told CastellonInformationa, A Spanish newspaper based in Villarreal.

“Of course Villarreal is interested in renewing his contract. A Premier League club has shown a lot of interest.”

Chukwueze was called up to Nigeria’s senior squad in November for their 2019 African Cup Of Nations qualifier against South Africa bit was an unused substitute.

He later made his debut for the Three-time African Champions in an international friendly against Uganda which ended goalless at the Stephen Keshi stadium in Asaba Delta State.

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  • Dr. Drey 4 weeks ago

    ehn…. Pls pls not anymore. EPL is fast becoming a burial ground for our promising players. Too much money, media attention, papparazi, nightlife….. It’s killing our young talents. Let them mature in other leagues first.

    • Abiola Joseph 4 weeks ago

      @ Dr. Drey, the reasons stated therein your post are correct. Samuel would do himself good if he stays where he has developed his football tricks until he is sure he can test new waters. He has fairly mastered La Liga and I think this, coupled with growing up in the system has helped him develop into the prolific winger. Of course yes, you can’t take away the fact he has been natural swift and nimble footed.

      Nacho may have made such a mistake. When he was opened to leaving Man City, I remember that Dortmund was one of the teams who had intentional interest him. I thought he would have made that choice. This was the time Dortmund had vitiated offensively, but for the love of English life, my guy chose Leicester. I wonder what kind of development programmes Leicester takes its young players through.

      Samuel should hold on a well. His time to move is just an effect waiting for the perfect cause.

      • Abiola Joseph 4 weeks ago

        @ Dr. Drey, the reasons stated therein your post are correct. Samuel would do himself good if he stays where he has developed his football tricks until he is sure he can test new waters. He has fairly mastered La Liga and I think this, coupled with growing up in the system has helped him develop into the prolific winger. Of course yes, you can’t take away the fact he has been natural swift and nimble footed.

        Nacho may have made such a mistake. When he was opened to leaving Man City, I remember that Dortmund was one of the teams who had intentional interest him. I thought he would have made that choice. This was the time Dortmund had vitiated offensively, but for the love of English life, my guy chose Leicester. I wonder what kind of development programmes Leicester takes its young players through.

        Samuel should hold on a while. His time to move is just an effect waiting for the perfect cause.*

      • Abiola 4 weeks ago

        @ Dr. Drey, the reasons stated therein your post are correct. Samuel would do himself good if he stays where he has developed his football tricks until he is sure he can test new waters. He has fairly mastered La Liga and I think this, coupled with growing up in the system has helped him develop into a prolific winger. Of course yes, you can’t take away the fact he natural swiftly and nimble footed.

        Nacho may have made such a mistake. When he was opened to leaving Man City, I remember that Dortmund was one of the teams who had intentional interest him. I thought he would have made that choice. This was the time Dortmund had vitiated offensively, but for the love of English life, my guy chose Leicester. I wonder what kind of development programmes Leicester takes its young players through.

        Samuel should hold on a while. His time to move is just an effect waiting for the perfect cause.*

        • onwajunior 4 weeks ago

          Nacho stayed to get UK passport. The same reason Odemwingie stayed, same reason Mikel stayed and many more…Musa is the exception. The prospect of becoming a U.K. Citizen might affect Samuel’s choice.

          • Dr. Drey 4 weeks ago

            He can as well stay back and become a spanish/EU citizen just like the likes of Ike Uche, Finidi george, Mutiu Adepoju and the rest. In all honesty. His game currently suits the la liga. If he dares venture into the EPL where wing play is not fanciful, he will end his career as a central defender….lolz

  • sir Vick 4 weeks ago

    Dear chukwueze please I urge you to remain at Villarreal for at least two more years for your game to mature the more before you move to pastures new, we don’t want to lose another gem to the story of unfulfilled potentials

  • He should stay back in LA Liga

  • who citizenship help? Play football, harness the diamond in the rough and go to the epl like salah, pierre auba, and kevin de bruyne… you don’t want to be playing second fiddle…Most times this black agents want to harvest when it is not harvest time. He just got into the senior team of villareal and you are talking about EPL.

  • Edoman of New Jersey, USA 4 weeks ago

    Samu should stay where he is now or his beautiful career may end up like Musa, Iheanacho and many others. Too many free loose girls whose aim is to suck up to you because of your money and fame.