Many Nigerian really love football and some have sworn that kids will play will football (jokingly). Neymar transfer to Paris Saint-German(PSG) back in 2017 prompted many of them to say that though some already put their children in one academy or the other.
Here is the list of Nigerian celebrities whose sons are playing for Big teams in Europe
1. Nwankwo Kanu
The Super Eagles legend has a son who currently plays for Watford Fc in England. The fifteen years sensation, Sean Nwankwo continues his impressive performance for the Hornets but hasn't been promoted to the first team yet. We could see him taking the Premier League by storm in years to come.
2. Mr. P
Cameron Okoye son of popular R&B singer, Peter Okoye (Psquare Now Mr. P) is already making a name for himself in Fc Barcelona academy. He won his medal and certificate for participating in the Barca Academy world cup in September 2019.
3. Terry G
The Akpako master son is among Nigerian celebrities whose son are making names for themselves in Europe. His son, Teerex schools in UK and currently plays for Chelsea FC Foundation School.
4. Nice son - Zion Akande
9ice may not always post pictures of his son with ex-wife Toni Payne, Zion Akande much on his Social Media handle but that does not mean his is not proud of his boy.
The singer recently shared on his Instagram page an award won by Zion with the caption "Proud of you son @zionakande"
The pray for me crooner has a son who is also plying his trade around Barcelona Academy.
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