Nwabali Interested In A Big Money Move To South African Giants – Sean

Nwabali told to move to a better club with higher earnings

Chippa United goalkeeper Sean Louw finally reveals where Stanley Nwabali may likely he heading to this summer; npflupdates.com reports.

Nwabali was outstanding for the Super Eagles at the 2023 AFCON tournament in Cote d’Ivoire! Where he helped the team reach the finals, but eventually lost to the host nation.

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Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano amongst others reported that the former Enyimba FC goalie is attracting interest from clubs in Europe.

On the contrary, Sean told the media that Nwabali is only interested in joining PSL outfit Kaizer Chiefs.

According to Sean Nwabali was only keen on a move to Kaizer Chiefs before the AFCON.

What Sean Louw said about Nwabali

Nwabali told to move to a better club with higher earnings
Nwabali in action against South Africa

“Like I said to you, between you and me his childhood dream was to always play for Kaizer Chiefs, but even me, my childhood dream was to play for Kaizer Chiefs, I don’t blame him,” he was quoted by Daily Post per sabcsport.

“In the beginning of this season he wanted to play for Kaizer Chiefs, but I said to him before you speak to Kaizer Chiefs, first go to Afcon because you will win the Afcon and you will be so much more worth than at Kaizer Chiefs with all due respect.”

In another report, the Nigeria Football Federation NFF, Technical Director Austin Egueavoen, remains upbeat coach Finidi George will include home-based players in his world cup qualifier squads.

Recall there are reports that former coach José Peseiro didn’t look inwards to harness and utilize talents in the local league.

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Egueavoen has, however, promised that the local players will get equal opportunity with their foreign-based counterparts under the new technical crew headed by George.

“There is a percentage of players from the domestic league who will always be part of the Super Eagles,” Eguavoen said at the unveiling ceremony of the new Super Eagles coach.

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