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3 Nigerians That Are Currently Playing For Chelsea (photos)

Many of our Nigerian professional footballers have shown a lot of incredible performance in their national team competitions which has given the Premier League club, Chelsea the privilege of making a reasonable decision concerning them. Without wasting much of your time, let's brief ourselves with the 3 Nigerian that is currently playing for Chelsea.


Ike happens to be a 22-year-old British-Nigerian professional footballer who plays as a forward winger for Roda JC in Netherland club, Eerste Divisie on loan from the Premier League club, Chelsea. He started his career with Chelsea when he was still under-10 level while turning into a competent player in early 2015. The young attacker represent England when he was at his under-17 and under-20 level.


Tariq is a popular 21-year-old proficient midfielder who has shown a lot of amazing effort while depicting England and Nigeria at the international level. He was called up by England when he was at his under-18 level in 2006. Currently, he plays as a center-midfielder for Chelsea's academy.


Barkley is a registered British-Nigerian footballer who is currently playing for the Champions League defending champions, Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. Barkley was born in Liverpool on December 5, 1993, in Merseyside. He was enlisted as an Everton player at an early age after which he made a brilliant performance for Chelsea's youth teams. Meanwhile, he exemplified England from under-16 to under-21 where he finally made his debut in early 2003 for the Three Lions during the 2014 FIFA World cup qualifier.

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