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“Newcastle United Edges Past Manchester United in Pursuit of South Korea Defender Min-Jae Kim”

Newcastle United takes the lead in the race to sign South Korea defender Min-Jae Kim, surpassing Manchester United. Stay updated on the latest transfer updates and the potential impact of Kim’s move on the Premier League.



… Newcastle jump ahead of Manchester United in the race to sign South Korea defender Min-Jae Kim

In a surprising turn of events, Newcastle United has taken the lead in the race to secure the signing of South Korean defender Min-Jae Kim. This development has caught the attention of football enthusiasts worldwide, as it signifies a potential setback for Manchester United’s pursuit of the talented player.

Min-Jae Kim, often referred to as “The Monster,” has gained significant recognition for his impressive performances both domestically and internationally. With his commanding presence and excellent defensive skills, he has emerged as one of the most sought-after defenders in recent times.

Newcastle United’s proactive approach in the transfer market has enabled them to leapfrog Manchester United in the pursuit of Kim’s signature. The Magpies have displayed their ambition by making a compelling offer to the player, presenting him with the prospect of a prominent role in their defensive setup.

Manchester United, a club renowned for its history and success, now finds itself in a challenging position as they face the prospect of losing out on a player they were keen to acquire. Despite their global appeal and financial resources, the Red Devils must regroup and reevaluate their strategy to reignite their pursuit of Kim or explore alternative defensive options.

Min-Jae Kim’s potential move to Newcastle United would not only be a significant coup for the club but also a statement of their ambition in the Premier League. It would bolster their defensive line and add valuable depth to their squad as they look to establish themselves as a force to be reckoned with in English football.

As negotiations unfold between the player, his representatives, and the respective clubs, fans of both Newcastle United and Manchester United eagerly await the final outcome. The decision will undoubtedly have a ripple effect on the transfer market, influencing other clubs’ strategies and shaping the landscape of the upcoming season.

While the race to sign Min-Jae Kim continues to unfold, one thing remains certain – the defender’s undeniable talent and potential to make a significant impact wherever he lands. Whether he ends up donning the black-and-white stripes of Newcastle United or the famous red jersey of Manchester United, football enthusiasts will be eagerly anticipating his arrival in the English Premier League.

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Official: Nigerian Midfielder Dadet Joins Egyptian Clubside Aswan SC



Egyptian top flight league side, Aswan Sporting Club, have completed the transfer of Nigerian midfielder, Amos Dadet from FK Pobeda.

Born on Nov 30, 1999 (23years) the combative midfielder started his professional football career with KSM Sports FA.

Developing into a top player, Amos Dadet earned a move which saw him team up with Slovan based side, NK Krsko in 2021.

In a stint defending the colours of NK Krsko, the unhearlded Nigerian star got tongues wagging following his impressive and outstanding performances as well as his impact on the Nk Krsko team.

Chased down by top clubsides, the energetic box to box midfielder opted to pitch tent with Macedonia based side FK Podeba in 2022.

Just like him, Amos Dadet never went unnoticed in the Macedonia league as he staged (22) appearances with the club playing from different positions.

After signing the dotted lines and routine medicals, the Nigerian star has been unveiled by his new clubside

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Done Deal: Emmanuel Dennis Joins Turkish Side Başakşehir On Loan



Turkish Süper Lig side, İstanbul Başakşehir Futbol Kulübü, have completed the signing of Nigerian striker, Emmanuel Dennis on loan from English Premier League side, Nottingham Forest.

Dennis began his career at Kwara Football Academy Ilorin, located in Kwara State, Nigeria.

In March 2016, Dennis signed with Ukrainian Premier League club Zorya Luhansk.He made his debut in a game against Olimpik Donetsk on 24 July 2016, where he scored the opener in a 3–0 victory.

Club Brugge announced on 30 May 2017 that they had signed Dennis on a four-year-deal for a fee of €1.2 million.

He was given the number 42 jersey shirt. Dennis started the season extremely well, scoring five goals in six matches, including one on his debut on 26 July 2017 to İstanbul Başakşehir, a 3–3 draw and a brace three days later in the league over Lokeren, which finished in a 4–0 victory.

On 25 January 2021, Bundesliga side 1. FC Köln announced that they had signed Dennis on a loan deal until the end of the season.

He made a total of nine league appearances during his time in Germany.

On 21 June 2021, Watford confirmed they had reached an agreement with Club Brugge for the transfer of Dennis.

A five-year contract was signed two days later.

On 13 August 2022, Dennis signed with Premier League side Nottingham Forest for an undisclosed transfer fee. The transfer fee was reported to be £10 million

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Transfer Deals: 101 Nigerian Stars Who Joined New Clubsides



The just concluded Transfer window was a busy one with players engaging in surprise moves to top clubs and leagues.

Nigerian internationals and Nigerian eligible stars weren’t left behind in the busy Transfer window of 2023 as we saw many Nigerian stars take a walk from their clubs to new Clubsides.

Nigerian based journalist Nwosu CHIGOZIE (Chygoz) who monitored closely the transfer of many Nigerian stars list a (101) of them and their various new Clubsides and countries.

1. Peter Olayinka (FK Crvena zvezda, Serbia)

2. Abdullahi Tanko (Baník Ostrava, Czech Republic)

3. Aliyu Ibrahim (Houston Dynamo, USA)

4. Tosin Kehinde (Ferencvarosi, Hungary)

5. Phillip Otele (CFR Cluj, Romania)

6. Muhammad Tijani (Slavia Prague, Czech Republic)

7. Stephen Chinedu (NK Siroki, Bosnia Herzegovina)

8. Ona Chukwuebuka (Dibba Al-hisn, UAE)

9. David Fadairo (Baník Ostrava, Czech Republic)

10. Ebenezer Okezie (FC Arda Kardzhali, Bulgaria)

11. Fawaz Abdullahi (APOEL FC, Cyprus)

12. Evo Christ Ememe (Ironi Kiryat, Israel)

13. Peter Ademo (Sheriff Tiraspol, Moldova)

14. Chisom Egbuchulam (Sichuan Jiuniu F.C., China)

15. Ebuka Nwenyi (Aguilas, Spain)

16. Taofiq Jibril (Pyunik Yerevan, Armenia)

17. Etim Friday (Mafra, Portugal)

18. Godfrey Stephen (Diosgyori, Hungary)

19. Troost Ekong (POAK, Greece)

20. Dele-Bashiru (Hatayspor, Turkey)

21. Samson Ajayi (Lincoln Red-lmps, Gibraltar)

22. Nduka David (Arsenal Tula, Russia)

23. Okoronkwo Jonathan (Arsenal Tula, Russia)

24. David Ankeye (Sheriff Tiraspol, Moldova)

25. Cyriel Dessers (Rangers, Scotland)

26. Otto John (Turan Tovuz, Azerbaijan)

27. Ibraheem Jabaar (Maccabi Petah Tikva F.C, Israel)

28. Victor Osuagwu (Jelgava, Latvia)

29. Victor Mbaoma (APR, Rwanda)

30. Benjamin Kuku (Sektzia Ziona, Israel)

31. Leon Balogun (Rangers, Scotland)

32. Ogenyi Onazi (Kitchee SC, Hong Kong)

33. Goodnews Igbokwe (Hapoel Ramat Gan Givatim, Israel)

34. Abdulrahman Taiwo (Riga FC, Latvia)

35. Ifedayo Olusegun (Kedah Darul, Malaysia)

36. Oluwashola Ogundana (Flamengo, Brazil)

37. Oluwale Onanuga (Kapaz, Azerbaijan)

38. Victor Olatunji (Sparta Prague, Czech Republic)

39. Opeyemi (S.C Coviha, Portugal)

40. Elijah (S.C Coviha, Portugal)

41. Mikel Agu (Giravanz Kitakyushu, Japan)

42. Etiosa Ighodaro (SuperSports United, South Africa)

43. Kelechi Nwakali (Chaves, Portugal)

44. Stephen Alfred (Maccabi Herzliya FC, Israel)

45. Grant Williams (Supernova, Latvia)

46. Muritala Yunusa (Sigma Olomouc, Czech Republic)

47. Sunday Jude ((Trenčín, Slovak)

48. Stanley Charles (HS Kromeriz, Czech Republic)

49. Jack Ipalibo ( AE Kifisias, Greece)

50. Mohammed (Doxa Katokopias, Greece)

51. Mathew Gbomadu (Ararat-Armenia, Armenia)

52. Samuel Chukwueze (AC Milan, Italy)

53. Kenneth Omeruo (Kasimpasa, Turkey)

54. Ededem Essien (FC Pari Nizhny Novgorod, Russia)

55. Jesse Akila (Trenčín, Slovak)

56. Hillary Gong (Trenčín, Slovak)

57. Chidera Ejuke (Royal Antwerp, Belgium)

58. Friday Adams (Football Club Botosani, Romania)

59. Abdulrazak Ishaq (Häcken, Sweden)

60. Akor Adams (Montpellier, France)

61. Solomon Gbalaka (FC Sochi, Russia)

62. James Ajako (FUS Rabat, Morocco)

63. Solomon John (Mlada Boleslav, Czech Republic)

64. Ologo Michael (Çorum FK, Turkey)

65. Aaron Samuel (Neftçi Peşəkar Futbol Klubu, Azerbaijan)

66. Eduwo Kingsley ( Club African, Tunisia)

67. Lawal Samson (Livingston, Scotland)

68. Tony Edjomariegwe (Al-kawkab, Saudi Arabia)

69. Chibuike Ikwuemesi ( U.S. Salernitana 1919, Italy)

70. Paul Mukairu (Reading FC, England)

71. Emmanuel Okeke (LASK, Austria)

72. Afeez Aremu (Kaiserslautern, Germany)

73. Maduka Okoye (Udinese Calcio, Italy)

74. Wale Musa (České Budějovice, Czech Republic)

75. Femi Kayode (Lamontville Golden Arrows, South Africa)

76. Ezekiel Henty (AEL Limassol, Cyprus)

77. Henry Onyekuru (Al-Fayha FC, Saudi Arabia)

78. Bobby Clement (AF Elbasani, Albania)

79. Victor Boniface (Bayern Leverkusen, Germany)

80. Nathan Tellas (Bayern 04 Leverkusen, Germany)

81. Gabriel Kehinde (Horsens, Denmark)

82. Samuel Adegbenro (Viking, Fotballklubb, Norway)

83. Abdul Zubairu (MFK Zemplín Michalovce, Slovak)

84. John Okoli (Asswehly Sports Club, Libya)

85. Benjamin Fredrick (Brentford, England)

86. Paul Ogunkoya (Stabek, Norway)

87. Peter Agba (Olimpija Ljubljana, Slovenia)

88. Sunday Adetunji (FK Čukarički, Serbia)

89. Attah Kadiri (Francs Borains, Belgium)

90. Godwin Saviour (Al-Okhdood, Saudi Arabia)

91. Timipere Eboh ( Iraklis, Greece)

92. Akinkunmi Amoo (AS Omonia, Cyprus)

93. Paul Onuachu (Trabzonspor, Turkey)

94. Awujoola Sodiq (Cleopatra Ceremica, Egypt)

95. Calvin Bassey (Fulham, England)

96. Ola Aina (Fulham, England)

97. Alex Iwobi (Fulham)

98. Stephen Gooey (Hong Linh Ha Tinh FC, Vietnam)

99. Odion Ighalo (Al Wehda FC, Saudi Arabia)

100. Osinachi Ohale ( Pachuca, Mexico)

101. Ashley Plumptre (Al-Ittihad, Saudi Arabia)

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