According to the report from English publication Sunday Mirror, English Premier League giants Leicester City Football club are to sign Nigerian star Ademola Lookman in the next summer transfer window, if Scott Parker led Fulham FC got relegated from the English top flight league.
The former Everton football club of England star joined the Craven Cottage club on a season long loan with an option to buy, from German Bundesliga giants RassenballSport Leipzig last summer, and he has been superb for the club, but they've been struggling in the league since the beginning of the season.
Brendan Rodgers led Leicester City are now ready to challenge all other interested teams for the signature of Lookman, who has made it known that he has decided to represent Nigeria Super Eagles, ahead of the Three Lions of England at senior level.
Ademola Lookman has been impressive for Fulham since the beginning of the season, and he has been able to score four goals for the club in the English Premier League matches played this season, plus four good assists, and his excellent performance has now been attracting interest from a lot of clubs from England, but Leicester City are believed to be leading the race.
The Nigerian current contract with German Bundesliga giants RassenballSport Leipzig is set to runs out in the summer transfer window of 2024, and it has been reported that the club will be ready to release the Nigerian for any club that can meet his release clause in the summer transfer window.
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