French Ligue 1 giants Nantes have joined the race to sign Super Eagles of Nigeria star Mikel Agu who plies his trade for Portuguese club-side Victoria Guimaraes in this summer transfer window, according to Footmercato.
The report says Nantes who already have Super Eagles dazzler Moses Simon in their team have tabled a €1.5 million offer for the talented midfielder.
Mikel was signed permanently by Victoria Guimaraes last summer after an excellent performance during his loan spell from FC Porto in 2018/2019 season, but his outstanding performance has attracted interested from different clubs across the Europe top teams.
Vitoria Guimaraes are willing to sell the want away Nigerian international but want the French club to increase their offer.
Among the other clubs interested in signing the former Club Brugge of Belgium star are; Strasbourg FC, Lorient and Nimes.
Mikel Agu enjoyed a short loan spell at Victoria Setubal of Portugal, Bursaspor FC of Turkey, and Club Brugge of Belgium before joining Victoria Guimaraes permanently from FC Porto last Summer.
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