Victor Osimhen: Osimhen has hogged the transfer headlines for much of the year, with several reports having linked him with a switch to English, Spanish and Italian clubs.
It is a forgone conclusion that the striker will surely be on the move this summer, provided Lille’s price tag for him is met by interested suitors.
Unarguably one of the most talented youngsters in the Ligue 1 during the course of last season, the 21-year-old hit 13 goals and five assists in 27 appearances while also scooping Lille’s POTS.
Chidera Ejuke: Heerenveen are bracing themselves for the battle to hold onto their most prized asset, as it is becoming increasingly likely he would be leaving Abe Lenstra Stadium sooner rather than later.
Eredivisie clubs Feyenoord and Ajax Amsterdam have been mentioned as possible destinations, but the number of suitors could increase by the time the summer comes around.
Top dribbler in the Netherlands top-flight for the 2019-2020 campaign, Ejuke put himself in the shop window after contributing to 16 goals (10 goals, 6 assists) in 29 matches across all competitions.
Samuel Chukwueze: The Super Eagles boy-wonder is, with no iota of doubt, a wanted man.
Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool remain keen admirers of the talented winger, though it will take a monstrous bid from any club to prize him away from Villarreal who are not overly intent on losing the youngster.
Eberechi Eze: Another of the Nigerian stars in demand, the Queen Park Rangers man continue to be linked with an exit from the Loftus Road this summer.
With 12 league goals and eight assists in the 2019/2020 season, the dazzling midfielder has caught the eyes of several top-flight clubs who are willing to make a move for him.
It is believed English Premier League side Tottenham have shown the most concrete interest, and are prepared to offer Rangers an attractive £20 million for his services.
Emmanuel Dennis: Dennis has seen his stock rise consistently this season thanks to a number of top-notch performances in high-profile European games.
Several English Premier League clubs including Arsenal are said to be willing to do business with Club Brugge for the signature of the Super Eagle.
Having scored against both Real Madrid and Manchester United already this season, it is believed the striker has what it takes to cut it with a top club.
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