Chelsea’s Fikayo Tomori and Arsenal’s Under-18 Goalkeeper, Ovie Ejeheri Say they want to play For Nigeria.

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a formidable Chelsea defender called Fikayo tomori who just turned 21 (born 19 December 1997) and is no longer eligible to play for the English under 21 team has said that he wants to play for the Nigerian national team. Tomori who was Born in Canada to Nigerian parents, but moved to England when he was a baby. He has represented both Canada and England at youth level. tomori has just made it clear that he is open for an invitation to play for the Nigerian national team. even though of recent, the player seem to be undecided due to pressure from the English side we believe the NFF will do the needful and get him to play into the Nigerian national team



also in the news is an Arsenal player named Ovie Ejeheri.  he was offered a scholarship deal, which made him a part of the club’s under-18 team. Ejeheri is eligible to represent Nigeria, Uganda and England, many had been wandering were this player will want to pitch his tent well as it appears the 16-year-old has now made his decision, he has said that he is very much interested in playing for Nigeria. it was reported that the NFF had already  initiated contact but nothing materialized because the young star was down with injuries. but a the moment he is rehabilitating from the injury and he has released a statement to remind the Nigerian team managers that he is still very much available  “I hope to play for the Nigerian National Team someday if the opportunity arises. It would be a great privilege to win international trophies with them. I am being prepared for what will surprise a lot of people in the football industry.”



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