1. Wilfred Ndidi Nigeria’s best player in 2018

Ndidi was a constant feature for Leicester City last year and the midfielder was also a member of Nigeria’s team to the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

France Football considered the top performing African players across Europe including those in Turkey and came up with a list that includes the Liverpool duo of Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane as well as Manchester City’s Riyad Mahrez.

2. Official : Roma’s Sadiq Returns From Loan Spell With Scottish Club Rangers

Former Nigeria international Umar Sadiq has returned from his loan spell with Scottish Premiership giants Rangers, informsTuttomercatoweb citing the official website of the Lega Calcio.
Both Rangers and Roma have not communicated that their agreement has been cancelled six months before its expiration but the Lega Calcio website has reported that the Nigerian is back in the Giallorossi team.

3. Chukwueze’s 2015 Arsenal Connection Resurfaces

Rather than Villarreal, Arsenal first signed Chukwueze, who later got a very late ceremony at Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) secretariat in Abuja for an official presentation of a bronze boot he won for scoring three goals at the 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup in Chile.

The Gunners are again being linked with the 19-year-old, but they could have got him when he was only 17, and at a cheaper fee, as Chukwueze already had a deal signed with Arsenal right after his heroics at the 2015 Cadet Mundial, where he was part of the Golden Eaglets’ fifth title.

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4. Efe Ambrose Enters Cardiff City’s January Radar

Although his deal in Scotland had been schedule to run till January 2020, and the Sottish Premiership club even gave him an offer for an extension, footballlive.ng reports that Ambrose has opted to move on.

His decision, though, might have been motivated by reports that he has caught the eye of Cardiff, who play in the English Premier League, as the struggling outfit seek to shore up their back line.

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5. Super Eagles Winger Musa Back On The Goal Trail For Al Nassr

Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa ended a five-game goal drought as Al Nassr thrashed Al-Jndal 6-0 in a King’s Cup clash at Al Orubah Club Stadium (Skaka) on Thursday afternoon.
The former Leicester City man last found the net against Shabab 41 days ago prior to today’s meeting.