Okocha Canvases More Time For Outstanding Chukwueze

Samuel Chukwueze in action for AC Milan against Newcastle United

Former Super Eagles Captain, Austin Jay Jay Azuka Okocha, is canvassing more time for AC Milan winger Samuel Chukwueze npflupdates.com reports.

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Okocha is optimistic that Chuwkueze who joined AC Milan from Villarreal is just experiencing what every play experiences once he moves to a new club.

Chukwueze having spent five years at Villarreal CF and winning a UEFA Europa League title, decided to switch sides last summer, joining AC Milan. At Milan, he’s not having enough game time, coming off the bench in six out of his seven Serie A matches for the San Siro side.

So, the former Paris St-Germain midfielder, is of the opinion that some certain things including languages may pose a limiting factor for the 24-year-old.

Okocha upbeat Chukwueze will come good at Milan

“He’s been an outstanding in the last few years now,” Okocha told Livescore.

“He’s been faced with a new challenge and it’s all about how quickly he can adjust.

“Language is always important because it’s always good to be able to communicate but his talent is never in doubt.”

Samuel Chukwueze yet to adapt fully to life in the Italian Serie A, Okocha canvases for more time.
Samuel Chukwueze in action for AC Milan

Okocha confessed that Milan’s acquisition of Samuel Chukwueze, is a great deal, which will come good sooner than later.

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“I think he’s a great addition to the Milan team and I have no doubt that he will do well,” he added.

Speaking further, the AFCON winner and Olympics gold medalist, talked about his days in the English Premier League with Bolton Wanderers.

According to the former Hull City midfielder, he’s impressed with his achievements at Bolton. The 50-year-old buttressed that his contributions at Bolton, contributed immensely to the growth and recognition of the Reebok Stadium.

“I’m always proud of what I achieved with the boys at Bolton,” the former AFCON highest goalscorer said.

“Bolton was never really an established Premier League side until we went there and made life difficult for some big boys. I had a great four years there.

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“Those moments will always remain happy memories because it was amazing to see how the whole town was then — football impacted their daily lives.”

He added, “Sometimes that means a lot more to the people than trophies.”

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