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Weekly Round-up: Moses to miss Olympics, Omeruo to remain at Chelsea

Here are the top stories we reported here on soccernet.com.ng during this week ;

18/06/2016

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Here are the top stories we reported here on soccernet.com.ng during this week ;

Chelsea retain Mikel, Moses, Omeruo

2014/15 Premier League Champions Chelsea have laid off four players in a list made available to the league’s official website while four Nigerians at the club have been retained by the Blues.
Super Eagles trio John Obi Mikel, Victor Moses who spent last season on loan at West Ham United, Kenneth Omeruo who returns to the Bridge after a season loan spell at Turkish side Kasimpasa and Ugbo Ikehave all survived the chop. Read More>> 

Arsenal enter race for Mario Gotze

Arsenal are lining up a sensational £27million move for Bayern Munich outcast Mario Gotze according to reports in Germany.
The Gunners have been forced to move on from transfer target Henrikh Mkhitaryan after it emerged that the Dortmund playmaker has his heart set on a move to Manchester United. Read More>>

Conte to Keep Omeruo at Chelsea

Super Eagles defender Kenneth Omeruo will be given a chance to prove himself in the Chelsea first team next season by new coach Antonio Conte.
The 22-year-old central defender has always been sent on loan since signing for the former English champions in 2012. Read More>>

Iwobi: Arsenal almost dumped me

Alex Iwobi was one of the surprise packages of the 2015/16 season for Arsenal as he burst onto the scene and forced a number of more senior players down the pecking order.
The 20-year-old scored two goals and assisted two more in 13 Premier League appearances for the Gunners as well as earning his first six caps for Nigeria.
But it all could have been so different for the winger as he revealed that he was nearly cut loose as a teenager. Read More>>

Victor Moses to miss Rio Olympics?

There are reports that Super Eagles player Victor Moses may not be listed in Nigeria’s squad to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Moses failed to honour yet another invitation to the Super Eagles, and the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has vowed to deal with Chelsea forward.
The West Ham loanee was alleged to have tactically withdrawn from the friendlies against Mali and Luxembourg, and the NFF officials have vowed to take “corrective measures” against the player. Read More>>

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