Jun 15, 2021

Mawazo Writing Africa

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Trouble for Nigeria As Big African Country Move To Grab Top Player in English Club From Super Eagles

– Algeria will fight with Nigeria about the international future of Micheal Olise

– The Teenage sensation has already been named on the Super Eagles’ standby list for World Cup qualifiers next month.

– But the Fennecs FA hopes they can still convince the Reading midfielder to ignore the Eagles and play for them .

Algeria is reportedly planning to convince Reading midfielder Michael Olise to avoid Nigeria and adopt its international future as the North African country.

The 19-year-old is eligible to play for both the Super Eagles and the Desert Foxes at senior level, as she was born the daughter of an Algerian mother and a Nigerian father. < / p>

After playing for the French U-18 national team, the teenage sensation should have agreed to pledge his allegiance to his homeland, but it won’t be without one some level of competition from the reigning AFCON champions will happen.

According to owngoal Nigeria, the youngster has already had a discussion with Gernot Rohr and that was the reason why he was He was among the standby players in the list of in elated player for next month’s FIFA World Cup qualification against Liberia.

However, the Eagles coach blamed the player’s trip for his standby status restrictions imposed by the deadly coronavirus.

Meanwhile, the player has agreed to meet with representatives from The Fennecs as soon as the season ends next month, sources claim , they plan to sell their idea to the midfielder.

The player should feel indifferent to the contact from the North African country, since he has already given his word to the Nigerian Football Association and already has pipe.

The 25-year-old scored once and assisted another goal. You are not at home to avoid relegation at the end of this season.

In the 15th minute he scored with an excellent nden finish the first goal for his team. 12 minutes later, Blas doubled his lead when they went into halftime by two goals.