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Crystal Palace manager, Roy Hodgson, has said that Arsenal still haven’t met their valuation of Wilfried Zaha.

The Gunners are thought to have made a £40million offer for the forward, but Palace have valued him at £80m.

Speaking with Sky Sports, Hodgson said: “I don’t think Arsenal have actually made a bid that has come anywhere near our valuation.

“I’m sure the player realises that if someone’s going to take him away from us, he’ll expect clubs to pay the market value.

“Until someone does that, there’s not much to discuss regarding Wilf.”

Arsenal are believed to considering Gremio’s Everton Soares and Zaha’s compatriot Nicolas Pepe as options.

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Chelsea ‘Close’ To Jadon Sancho Deal

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Report claims that Chelsea who are closest to winning the race for his signature, Jadon Sancho the Borussia Dortmund player who is intending to leave Germany.

Chelsea have been linked with the teenager as they remain on the hunt for a replacement for Eden Hazard.

According to The Sun, ​Chelsea fans were sent into hysteria after reading, which leads with the claim that the Blues are ‘close’ to sealing a blockbuster deal for Sancho, but then things start to get a bit strange.

Chelsea are ‘ready’ to get the teenager in the club, despite being close to completing the entire deal.

It is said to be a club-record £120m deal, with the certainty in the report slipping away with every sentence.

Club owner Roman Abramovich is said to be ready to back Frank Lampard with a marquee ​transfer like Sancho, but Dortmund want to hold on to him until the end of the season.

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Bayern Munich Face €300m Transfer Decision Over Three Players

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Bayern Munich will choose on who to sign between Philippe Coutinho or Kai Havertz next summer in other to complete a deal for Man City winger Leroy Sané.

Before the start of the season, The Rekordmeister were so close in signing man city winger Leroy sane before going on a long-term injury. Which made them sign Ivan Perisic and Coutinho.

The club are looking to spend €300m on two new marquee players and Sané looks the most likely to be at the top of their wishlist.

The problem for Bayern Munich is that there are two more names on their transfer wishlist for next year; Coutinho and Havertz.

Bayern Munich could afford to sign two of their three targets, a decision has to be made between signing Coutinho or Havertz.

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Football is a popular sport in Nigeria. The Nigerian national team competes in different international tournaments such as the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) and the World Cup. Betway covers top soccer leagues in the West African nation. Many soccer fans have a murky understanding of the history of football in Nigeria. Here is a list of ten top Nigerian footballers in history.

  1. Anua Lawal Rigogo

Anua was a talented goalkeeper. He had unique acrobatic displays that impressed Kwame Nkrumah, Ghana’s president thus naming him the Flying Cat. The Nigerian keeper conceded four goals in 42 appearances. He made football popular in Nigeria.

  1. Austin Jay-Jay Okocha

Austin is one of the greatest footballers in African history. He had amazing flicks and ball tricks that enabled him to penetrate tight defense lines. Okocha is among the top 125 living footballers globally. In 2003, Austin won the BBC African Footballer of the Year award and retained it in 2004. He was part of the squads that won the 1996 Atlanta Olympic gold medal and the 1994 African Cup of Nations trophy. Gamblers who take part in Nigerian soccer betting can get the latest sports news from different bookmakers.

  1. Teslim Balogun

Teslim had a successful sports career in the mid-20th century. His fame lasted for more than 50 years. The Nigerian striker is one of the legends in the nation’s sports history. He scored many goals for the national team.

  1. Taribo West

Taribo often plated his hair green-white. He caught the attention of many Nigerian fans in major tournaments. Taribo played for Auxerre, Derby County, Plymouth, and Inter-Milan. He was part of the team that won the 1996 Atlanta Olympics.

  1. Stephen Keshi

Keshi was a talented central defender for Nigeria. He was the first Nigerian footballer to play in foreign leagues. Stephen captained the first Nigerian football team that featured in World Cup in 1994.

  1. Nwankwo Kanu

Kanu was fondly known as Papilo. Pele, the Brazilian legend praised him for his ball intelligence. He won the FA Cup, Premier League, UEFA Cup, Olympic gold medal and the UEFA Champions League with different clubs.

  1. Victor Ikpeba

Victor played for As Monaco FC during his heydays. He made 102 appearances and scored 84 goals for the French Ligue 1 side. Also, the Nigerian striker won the 1997 CAF Africa Footballer of the Year award.

  1. Rasheed Yekini

Rasheed is the top goal scorer in football history in Nigeria. Most defenders dreaded blocking him when he approached the box. He helped the Nigerian team lift the 1994 African Cup of Nations. Rasheed made 58 appearances and scored 37 goals for Nigeria.

  1. Segun Odegbami

Odegbami was a skilled footballer with amazing dribbling skills. He helped Nigeria win its first African Cup of Nations trophy in 1980. Segun often played in the right wing of the pitch. He made 46 appearances and scored 23 goals for his country.

  1. Emmanuel Amunike

Amunike scored many goals for local clubs and the Nigerian football team. For example, he scored the winning goal in the 1996 Atlanta Olympics for Nigeria. He also won the 1994 AFCON trophy.

Nigeria is one of the African nations with top footballers. It has legendary players such as Segun Odegbami, Rasheed Yekini, Victor Ikpeba, Nwankwo Kanu and Emmanuel Amunike. Some Nigerian players play in top soccer leagues including the English Premier League, La Liga and the French League 1. Punters can wager on them on Betway.

Football is a popular sport in Nigeria. The Nigerian national team competes in different
international tournaments such as the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) and the World Cup.
Betway covers top soccer leagues in the West African nation. Many soccer fans have a murky
understanding of the history of football in Nigeria. Here is a list of ten top Nigerian
footballers in history.

  1. Anua Lawal Rigogo
    Anua was a talented goalkeeper. He had unique acrobatic displays that impressed Kwame
    Nkrumah, Ghana’s president thus naming him the Flying Cat. The Nigerian keeper conceded
    four goals in 42 appearances. He made football popular in Nigeria.
  2. Austin Jay-Jay Okocha
    Austin is one of the greatest footballers in African history. He had amazing flicks and ball
    tricks that enabled him to penetrate tight defense lines. Okocha is among the top 125 living
    footballers globally. In 2003, Austin won the BBC African Footballer of the Year award and
    retained it in 2004. He was part of the squads that won the 1996 Atlanta Olympic gold medal
    and the 1994 African Cup of Nations trophy. Gamblers who take part in Nigerian soccer
    betting can get the latest sports news from different bookmakers.
  3. Teslim Balogun
    Teslim had a successful sports career in the mid-20th century. His fame lasted for more than
    50 years. The Nigerian striker is one of the legends in the nation’s sports history. He scored
    many goals for the national team.
  4. Taribo West
    Taribo often plated his hair green-white. He caught the attention of many Nigerian fans in
    major tournaments. Taribo played for Auxerre, Derby County, Plymouth, and Inter-Milan. He
    was part of the team that won the 1996 Atlanta Olympics.
  5. Stephen Keshi
    Keshi was a talented central defender for Nigeria. He was the first Nigerian footballer to play
    in foreign leagues. Stephen captained the first Nigerian football team that featured in World
    Cup in 1994.
  6. Nwankwo Kanu
    Kanu was fondly known as Papilo. Pele, the Brazilian legend praised him for his ball
    intelligence. He won the FA Cup, Premier League, UEFA Cup, Olympic gold medal and the
    UEFA Champions League with different clubs.
  7. Victor Ikpeba

Victor played for As Monaco FC during his heydays. He made 102 appearances and scored
84 goals for the French Ligue 1 side. Also, the Nigerian striker won the 1997 CAF Africa
Footballer of the Year award.

  1. Rasheed Yekini
    Rasheed is the top goal scorer in football history in Nigeria. Most defenders dreaded blocking
    him when he approached the box. He helped the Nigerian team lift the 1994 African Cup of
    Nations. Rasheed made 58 appearances and scored 37 goals for Nigeria.
  2. Segun Odegbami
    Odegbami was a skilled footballer with amazing dribbling skills. He helped Nigeria win its
    first African Cup of Nations trophy in 1980. Segun often played in the right wing of the pitch.
    He made 46 appearances and scored 23 goals for his country.
  3. Emmanuel Amunike
    Amunike scored many goals for local clubs and the Nigerian football team. For example, he
    scored the winning goal in the 1996 Atlanta Olympics for Nigeria. He also won the 1994
    AFCON trophy.
    Nigeria is one of the African nations with top footballers. It has legendary players such as
    Segun Odegbami, Rasheed Yekini, Victor Ikpeba, Nwankwo Kanu and Emmanuel Amunike.
    Some Nigerian players play in top soccer leagues including the English Premier League, La
    Liga and the French League 1. Punters can wager on them on Betway.

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