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DONE DEAL: Iwobi Completes Fulham Transfer

DONE DEAL: Iwobi Completes Fulham Transfer

Fulham have announced the signing of Alex Iwobi from Everton for an undisclosed fee.

Iwobi signed a five-year contract with the London club.

“I’m buzzing, I just can’t wait to get started, I’m excited to start my journey here,” he told the club’s official website

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“Marco Silva spoke to me about the ambitions of the Club, and I’m on board. Hopefully I can bring something to the Club.”

Tony Khan added: “I’m happy to welcome Alex Iwobi to Fulham! He’s an exciting and versatile player whom we’ve admired for some time.

“He has experience in the Premier League and in international competition with Nigeria. We’re excited that Alex has joined us on a long term contract, and we believe that he’ll make a valuable contribution to Marco’s squad!

By Adeboye Amosu

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  • MONKEY POST 10 months ago

    What excuse do you guys now have @ugo iwueze and akp? Transfer window has closed officially. Why hasn’t this uber driver move to teteham? Or should we wait till harry kane becomes all time budesliga highest goal scorer before he moves to Tottenham?

    From in few hours time to in a matter of days to next week to let harry kane leave Tottenham first to before the end of the transfer window to even if to I believe next season a bigger club will come for him…

    Na wa o please guys always verify your news before you post…

  • Four Four Two 10 months ago

    Nice move cos its upwards. I rate Fulham ahead of Everton on current form. Pls transfer update news about Ndidi and Ihenacho

    • Greatness 10 months ago

      Ndidi and Iheanacho are stuck with Leicester City until at least the January transfer window. Not even a club in a second rated league like the eredivisie or Super league or Pro league or SPL etc made a desperate move for them. Anyway, the consolation is that the EFL Championship is as good as any of the second rated leagues and Leicester City is doing well at the moment. Let’s now hope they are able to propel the club back to the premiership next season.

  • Ignatius Abo 10 months ago

    This is the greatest news ever. When we told them not to criticise a player in difficult times they laughed at us.
    Well done Iwobi. You are far better than Eberechi Eze and other midfielders. After this move, your next destination is Real Madrid.
    Heaven bless Iwobi and all deserving Super Eagles players who have turned a corner. Lolz

  • Collins Id 10 months ago

    @monkey, you know you are from a rural forest, that gift is from an urban city, he is far better than the list below, awoniyi,lookman,ighalo,aribo,unuachu,terem moffi, dessers,musa,rohr,nff,peakmilk,gasau,and monkeypost.
    What is special about Tottenham, gift orban single handedly distroyed westham(so called premierleague team) in a uefa contest, a verry strong and consistent future africa player of the year.
    He can still enjoy another fantastic season with gent its not a problem, belgium is first ten leagues in the world so whats the issue, the guy 33 milion price tag is only second to osihmen in supereagles transfer records. moses simon, samuel kalu, Ndidi,osaze odewingie, trust ekong, were all supereagles regulars from belgium leagues and they were even more effective for eagles while playing in belgium league. So its not a shame if he stays one more season, these clubs couldnt afford 33 mil price for the Young star, which is quite understandable, but they will regret it, because orban is a future world star, i prefer he goes to liverpool or napoli in the future. He is a potential replacement for osihmen in napoli nest season according to reports, he may be snatched in the middle of the season if his goals keeps raining, mister hartrick.
    Congratulations to iwobi, though i am not too happy for this move, because fulham is just another average team having a good form, we dont know howlong it will last, i expected italian seria A sides like roma, lazio, inter or french sides like marseil, monaco. Iwobi is so talented, i pray he doesnt end like his uncle case(great player with low club profile,) we all know fulham is not even guarantee of uefa Conference league, i am not happy at all, iheanacho and iwobi didnt make the moves i so much expected.

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