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Nigeria’s Most Prolific Players In Europe 2024

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Considering Nigeria’s status in African and world football, you’ll always expect two or more players from Nigeria to headline a football season with breathtaking performances.

As such, even though the 2023-24 footballing season has come and gone, however, it must be said that it was an exceptionally season that gave birth to brilliant performances from Nigerian players in Europe.

Over the years Nigerians have always been a constant top level players with consistent performances with their respective clubs, as such let do a roll-call of Nigerian most prolific players this season.

Victor Boniface – (Bayer Leverkusen)

Bundesliga and DFP Pokal’s winner Boniface is one of Nigeria’s most prolific players in Europe in the just concluded 2024 campaign with 34 games and 21 goal.

The Super Eagles forward didn’t just posted a stellar performance with ‘Die Werkself’ to their first-ever Bundesliga title to dethrone 10-time consecutive champions Bayern Munich, his influence on the pitch was also very crucial for Leverkusen.

Victor Osimhen – (Napoli)

Current African Footballer of the Year Victor Osimhen, undoubtedly hasn’t really done well this season for Napoli in terms of his performance, but he’s still able to post a total of 17 goals in 31 games in all competitions.

Like Napoli, like Osimhen in terms of performance this season in Serie A, but considering his marksmanship in-front of goal his undoubtedly one of Nigeria’s most prolific goal-scorers in Europe.

Ademola Lookman – (Atalanta)

Europa League winner Lookman is the name football enthusiasts in Nigeria are still talking about, considering his impressive performances for the Bergamo side this season.

Lookman scored a total of 15 goals and 45 games in all competitions for Gian Piero Gasperini’s side this season, and scoring three wonderful goals in the Europa League final to break a 61-years jinx for Atalanta.

Cyril Dessers – (Glasgow Rangers)

The Scottish Premiership at the end of the season produced Celtic as the champions of the league, while Rangers came second with Nigeria international Dessers recording a total of 22 goals in 52 games.

Considering the kind of impressive season Dessers had this season, perhaps top clubs in England or elsewhere might come calling for his signature during the transfer window.

Paul Onuachu – (Trabzonspor)

Southampton loanee Onuachu may have failed to lit-up the English Premier League with his goal before he was loaned out to Turkey, but at Trabzonspor he was able to record 16 goals in 25 games for the Turkish outfit.

Should Trabzonspor consider signing the Nigeria international on a permanent deal in the summer, then football enthusiasts should watch out for more impressive performance from him next season in Turkey.

Terem Moffi – (Nice)

Nice may have failed to win the Ligue 1 this season, but securing an European ticket for next season isn’t a bad achievement for the side with Moffi scoring a total of 11 goals.

Being one of Nigeria’s most prolific players this season, we should expect more from the bulky-forward next season with Nice in Ligue 1 and European competition.

This article was updated 4 weeks ago



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