Super Eagles and Eyimba FC striker, Anayo Iwuala, has completed his transfer to Tunis side Esperance de Tunis. The 22 year old wonderkid is said to have joined the Tunisian giants at a fee of $500,000 and will be pocketing the sum of $45,000 on monthly wages.
Iwuala will join the likes of Garba Lawal, Gabriel Okolosi, Julius Aghahowa, Rafiu Salawudeen, Edith Agoye, Damian Ude, Bernard Bubwa, Junior Lokosa, Obinna Nwaneri, Emem Eduok and Michael Eneramo to become the 12th Nigerian to play for the Tunisian club. He caught the attention of international clubs, after putting up a very incredible performance for his club Eyimba football club and also on the continental scene.
Anayo moving to Tunisia at a sum of N200 million naira ($500,000), to be paid the sum of N20 million naira ($45,000) monthly is a huge one and very well deserved as he is currently one of the best strikers in Nigeria. The 22 year old made his senior team debut for the super eagles at the 2021 African cup of Nations qualifiers against Benin republic and has since made four appearances for the team.
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