According to the report from Italian publication La Gazetta dello Sport, which was reported via Tuttomercatoweb, it says European top clubs from French Ligue 1, Italian serie A, Belgium Pro League and the likes have joined the race to sign Super Eagles of Nigeria highly rated Striker Simy Nwankwo, from relegation threatening Crotone football club of Italy.
The Nigerian international has been exceptional for the Italian serie A club since getting promoted to the Italian top tier league, and he has been firing from all cylinders for the club this season.
Simy Nwankwo excellent performance has seen him netting 15 goals in just 29 appearances for Crotone FC in the Italian serie A this season, and his impressive performance has made him to be linked with many European clubs.
Simy who is his club's all time highest top scorer netted a brace in Crotone's 4-3 narrow defeat to Gennaro Gattuso's Napoli football club on Saturday evening, and that made him to move to the top four of the highest scorers in the Italian serie A this season with 15 goals, behind Cristiano Ronaldo of Juventus who has 24 goals, followed immediately by Romelu Lukaku of Inter Milan with 20 goals, and Luis Muriel of Atalanta FC with 18 League goals.
The Italian publication says Genoa FC and some unnamed clubs from France, Belgium and top countries are seriously interested in signing the Nigerian in the next summer transfer window.
Simy Nwankwo joined Crotone FC from Portuguese Primeira Liga side Gil Vincente FC five years ago, and he has been able to make the total number of 150 appearances for the club in both Serie A and Serie B, netting 61 goals plus 11 assists, and that has also made him to be the club's all-time highest goal scorer.
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