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  • Iheanacho rejoins Eagles, Man City wants buy-back clause on contract
  • Seeking divine intervention… Kelechi
    Iheanacho is likely to leave Manchester
    City for West Ham United. PHOTO:
    Moses, six others to return after Togo clash
    Kelechi Iheanacho, who is the subject of
    a transfer tug-of-war involving West
    Ham United, Everton and Leicester City,
    has rejoined his Super Eagles teammates
    in their Paris camp ahead of tomorrow’s
    international friendly against Togo.
    Iheanacho has been tipped to leave
    Manchester City after a season he rarely
    featured in Pep Guardiola’s side, but the
    Citizens want a buy-back clause inserted
    in any contract he signs if they were to
    sell him.
    According to dailymail.co.uk, West Ham
    United are hopeful they can win the race
    for the £20million-rated 20-year-old
    striker but Everton and Leicester are also
    It reports that City do not want to be left
    in the same situation as Chelsea, who
    allowed Romelu Lukaku to leave without
    inserting an option to buy back the
    striker at a set price.
    Although West Ham are willing to agree
    to the buy back clause, they want any fee
    agreed on to be at least double what they
    pay, though City will likely argue it
    should be closer to the £30m mark or
    less. The total can vary depending on
    what Iheanacho achieves at a new club.
    Despite that limited opportunity,
    Iheanacho still managed seven goals and
    three assists, with those strikes coming at
    an average rate of one every 128
    But Iheanacho could still remain at
    Manchester City as he recently dismissed
    any talk of an impending Etihad exit,
    telling reporters: ‘I’m not very aware of
    “I just keep working with the team and
    I’m still at Manchester City so I’ll meet
    up with the boys and kick off the season
    with Manchester City.
    “I’m happy to stay at Manchester City
    and keep fighting to help them achieve
    what they want to achieve. Manchester
    City is a big team and we need to go far
    as a squad, so we need everybody.”
    Meanwhile, Iheanacho has rejoined the
    Super Eagles at their Paris camp ahead of
    tomorrow’s international friendly against
    The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF)
    yesterday announced that 19 players are
    in camp, including Iheanacho, for the
    friendly against the Sparrow Hawks at
    the Stade Municipal Saint-Leu-la-Forêt in
    There are also reports that seven players,
    including Victor Moses, John Ogu,
    Kenneth Omeruo, Ogenyi Onazi, Daniel
    Akpeyi, Moses Simon and Brown Ideye
    are expected to return to the team, while
    currently with the squad in France would
    be drooped after the Togo friendly.
    In this article:
    Kelechi Iheanacho Manchester City news
    NFF Super Eagles’

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