Super Eagles striker attracting interest from Turkish giants Fernanbanche.
By Chrisoliver_1 | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 3 views
Super eagles striker Chuba Akpom, is attracting interest from Turkish giants Fernanbanche , after impressing this season for Greek club PAOK.
The former Arsenal player who recently switched his allegiance from England to the Super Eagles has scored 18 goals in 74 appearances since his arrival at PAOK.
The 24 year old goal poacher who was born and raised in England has represented England at every youth level, featuring 41 times and scoring 18 goals.
Chuba who joined Arsenal at the age of six, made his debut for the club's U-18 at the age of 15.
He received his first senior call into the Arsenal team as an unused substitute for Arsenal 2 - 1 champions league Defeat to Greek side Olympiakos during the 2012 champions league season.
Chuba has been a journey man since leaving Arsenal , having spent time on loan at championship side Brentford F.C , Coventry city, Nottingham Forest, hull city, and premier league side Brighton & Hove Albion before traveling abroad to dutch club Sint-Truiden .
He was signed by POAK during the 2018 Greek transfer window.
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