Nigeria Should Fight For The Services Of Creative Germ Better Than Iwobi
Born in England, He is of Nigeria descent making him eligible to play for Nigeria.
Impressive for a teenager, but the big question is which country will he represent?, One thing we know about that is that the teenager is still undecided about where he will be playing his international football.
Does the NFF need anymore incentive to go after the player, Nigeria's national team is currently void of creativity, Iwobi was supposed to be the Creative beacon of the team but he has fallen short over time, offloaded by Arsenal to Everton the 24 year old has even depreciated more at Mersey side.
Bukayo Saka can solve Nigeria's Creativity problem, at Arsenal this season he has made 11 assists and scored a further 4 mainly playing from the left back position, Since Okocha's retirement no one has actually taking up the burden to be the goal provider for the team.
His versatility makes him suited for Nigeria as he can play left back, wing back, either of the wings and in Midfield.
As it stands England currently has a firm grip on him after they secured Tammy Abraham and Fikayo Tomori loosing Bukayo Saka to them will send a message of incompetence to other future stars
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