Flying Eagles Midfielder Slapped With Humongous Price Tag

Flying Eagles midfielder Daniel Daga, says the team feels bad after FIFA U-20 loss

Flying Eagles midfielder, Daniel Daga, gets a humongous price tag ahead of a summer move to European club reports.

Daga was part of Ladan Bosso’s Flying Eagles team at the just concluded FIFA U-20 World Cup tournament in Argentina.

And at the World Cup, Daga was one out of the few standout players. The combative midfielder, dominated possessions, and protected his defense from opponent pressures.

And following his outstanding performance that saw him help Nigeria reach the world cup quarter-final, Daga has been on Milan’s want list.

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However, a move to Europe this summer may hit the rocks following the humongous price his club is asking.

At local level, the 16-year-old is contracted with FC One Rocket. A local club playing in the Nigeria National League, NNL. But previously, he was loaned to currently relegated Dakkada FC.

Flying Eagles Daniel Daga Wanted By AC Milan

According to a report by Owngoal Nigeria, FC One Rocket is asking €3M transfer fee for the teenager. A price which the former Italian Champions, considers enormous for a player of his age and characteristics.

But, Daniel Daga is valued at €150,000 by football transfer outlet, Transfer Market. And if FC One Rocket will go by the value of the transfer outlet, then a deal maybe struck.

However, with an agreement, Daga can only be offered a pre-contract deal. Because he is just 16-year-old, and cannot sign a professional contract until he turns 18.

Speculations, has it that, Daga now shares the same football agency, as his colleague Victor Eletu. And that talks are ongoing between the concerned parties; hoping that an agreement would be reached.

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Last week, the Flying Eagles sensation in a picture that went viral, was spotted with Super Eagles winger, Samuel Chukwueze in a stadium.

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