Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Top 5 Nigeria Football player transfer

This is how the players were rated.

The summer transfer window saw a long list of Nigeria stars on the move again and now rates the top 5 such transfers.

5. Michael
Eneramo (Sivasspor to Besiktas, Turkey)

Powerful Nigeria striker Michael
Eneramo moved to a bigger Turkish side Besiktas on a free transfer after his goals for Sivasspor.

The former Esperance of Tunisia captain will earn 1.3 million Euros a year and 10,000 Euros as bonus per match.

It’s a big up for his career and he should again show he knows his way to goal. Rating: 8/10

4. Victor Moses (Chelsea to Liverpool)

Wigan winger took a giant step to save his career from going down the hill with the loan switch to Liverpool after Jose Mourinho made it clear that he does not figure in his plans.

His direct style suits the passing game of The Reds at
Anfield, who paid £1 million to secure the service of the AFCON 2013 hero on a season-long loan.

He is guaranteed a more decent run in the Liverpool first team than he would have got at Chelsea, where he has fallen down the pecking order. Rating: 8/10

3. Victor Anichebe (Everton to West Brom)

Beijing 2008 Olympic Silver
medallist was a surprise mover among the Nigeria stars, but he had to change base if he is to play more regularly after his injury problems seem to now be a thing of the past.

Anichebe has not featured for any other team except Everton until now, but his playing time at Goodison Park has been limited and at ‘The Baggies’, he is expected to be far more than  super sub. Rating: 8/10

2. Osaze Odemwingie (West Brom to Cardiff City)

The Nigeria striker was given an escape route from the West
Brom hell when he sealed a three-year deal worth £2.5 million. He is expected to use his experience in the EPL to ensure the Welsh club survive the English top flight.

At a time it looked like he may have to play outside the EPL, but his goals' record in the last two seasons in one of the toughest leagues in the world made sure he was never short of suitors at the highest level. Rating: 9/10

1. Emmanuel Emenike (Spartak Moscow, Russia, to Fenerbahce,Turkey))

AFCON hotshot Emmanuel
Emenike made the biggest transfer by Nigeria player this summer when he joined Fenerbache from Spartak Moscow. Fenerbahce paid a transfer fee of €13 million euro in a four- year deal in which the big striker will pocket €2.4 million per year for the first two years, while he will earn €2.5 million for the last two years of his contract.

He is back to his
favourite hunting ground and should play an important role as Fenerbache fight back from a ban for match-fixing. Rating: 9/10

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