Monday, April 15, 2024
HomeFeatureTop Nigerian players abroad to watch this weekend in Europe

Top Nigerian players abroad to watch this weekend in Europe

Here Is The Easy Money-Making Trick Everyone Is Talking About! Learn More Here!

Nigerian players abroad would be in action across the globe for their respective club sides as the case may be.

And a series of interesting performance is widely expected of a couple of (Nigeria’s top stars) as their clubs anticipates a good table finish at the end of the season.

Last week saw a couple of decent outings from the Nigerian flag bearers in Europe.

And this weekend wouldn’t be different as we take a look at the probable Nigerian stars who could hit the headlines at the end of this weekend’s matches in various Leagues abroad.

Noni Madueke (Chelsea)

The Nigerian-eligible talent born by his Nigerian parents would be looking to make his mark on the Chelsea shirt as the Blues take on Leeds United at Stamford Bridge.

And with Chelsea boss Graham Potter under pressure to deliver the goods at the club after a series of poor results, Noni must be up to something special to win his place in the under-fire Chelsea side.

Paul Onuachu (Southampton)

The new Saint acquisition will be looking to open his goal account in the Premier League aftermath of his January transfer deadline move to Southampton from RC Genk.

He’s already done well against Chelsea helping his side rob salt in Chelsea’s wounds at Stamford Bridge by the way.

And this might be his chance to hit the ground running amid Southampton’s survival ambition this term.

Samuel Chukwueze (Villarreal)

The Villarreal winger seems to have rediscovered his goal-scoring touch with two goals in two matches as he inspired his sides’ comeback win in La Liga early in the week.

He would be expected to produce the goods from the wings just as his goal could be vital for his side if he scores this weekend.

Eberechi Eze (Crystal Palace)

The talented Anglo-Nigerian playmaker would be another class art on the pitch for Patrick Viera’s Crystal Palace side.

Playing alongside Michael Olise in the same team and with the trickery, Wilfred Zaha could launch Eze into a devastating position in the final third.

While his moves on the ball can dismantle any defence in the Premier League like is expected from him this weekend.

Chuba Akpom (Middlesbrough)

The former Arsenal prodigy has had an excellent season scoring all kinds of goals with the true character to make a difference in matches that he’s played in for his side.

However, the Middlesbrough forward must produce more of such exceptional qualities on the pitch in order to ensure that Michael Carrick’s Middlesbrough side seals promotion to the English topflight next season.

Calvin Bassey (Ajax Amsterdam)

The Super Eagles left-back is a player to reckon with at the Nigerian National team by all standards.

But at his new club, he’s been saddled with intense criticism following his move from Scottish giants Glasgow Rangers to his new side Ajax Amsterdam.

But a superb performance from Bassey this weekend would go a long way to silence his critics. While also boosting his personal confidence to perform for the club ahead of the season.

Folarin Balogun (Reims)

The talented Arsenal loanee striker has been impressive all season long for his French side Reims.

And a decent shift from Balogun this weekend would add to his player CV amid his market value.

While it could really brighten his chance of staking claim to the first team in Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal side for next season.

This article was updated 3 months ago



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Most Popular