Photo Credit : NFF
News emanating from the camp of the Home Based Super Eagles Stars has it that, three players have successfully completed transfer to another team.
Here are the details of the contract they signed with their new clubs.
1. Olisa Ndah:
Photo Credit : Orlando Pirates
Olisa Ndah joined Premier Soccer League side Orlando Pirates. The 23-year-old defender signed a three-year deal with the South African side.
Ndah was part of the Akwa United squad that won their first NPFL title last season.
According to reports, Ndah is expected €450, 000 annually, apart from bonuses.
2. Sunday Adetunji :
Photo Credit : FC Shukupi
Sunday Adetunji has joined North Macedonia side, FC Shukupi from Rivers United.
The striker signed on a two-year deal with the club after passing his medical.
Adetunji helped Rivers United finish second in the Nigeria Professional Football League and also helped them reach the Aiteo Cup semi-final.
Adetunji who has featured for Nigeria U23 and Super Eagles B team earning over N600, 000 per month (N 7. 2m annually) with Rivers United, is expected to earn, €300, 000 annually from his new deal.
3. Godwin Aguda :
Photo Credit : FF Falkenbergs
Godwin Aguda has completed his transfer to Swedish side, Falkenbergs FF.
Aguda scored nine goals in the 2020-2021 Nigeria professional football league and five in the CAF Confederation Cup.
He was a major influence as Rivers United finished second in the League.
Rivers United made about N300 million on his transfer to Sweden.
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