'I Will Not Beg Bukayo Saka To Play For Nigeria' - NFF President Reveals (Photos)
By Houseoffootball | self meida writer
Published 9 months ago - 1834 views
Amaju Pinnick who is the Nigeria Football Federation president is adamant that no body from NFF will beg Bukayo Saka (the Arsenal teenage wonder boy) to represent Nigeria in the international stage.
Bukayo Saka is an 18 year old utility player for Mikel Arteta and Arsenal and can play as a winger or full back or as a winger. He is one of the major discoveries for Arsenal this season. He was able to find his way into Arsenal first team two years ago and has scored four goals with 11 assists in 41 outing with the Gunner across all competitions.
Amaju Pinnick who didn't deny the ability of the player said that he will not beg anyone to play for Nigeria as there are many viable players home and abroad that can play for Nigeria.
This must have been as a result of the way Tammy Abraham, Fikayo and Jordan Ibe embarrassed the NFF over their move to have them play for Nigeria.
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