Midfielder Fisayo Dele-Bashiru, of Hatayaspor FC of Turkey gets his first-ever invitation, while Peseiro has decided to retain the trio of Francis Uzoho, Adebayo Adeleye and Olorunleke Ojo in goal. Yet-to-be-capped defender Jordan Torunnarigha is also called.
Browsing: Bright Osayi-Samuel
According to Sporx, Rangers are interested in signing Bright Osayi-Samuel from Fenerbahce in the summer transfer window.
The Super Eagles, in the match on Thursday in Lisbon, Portugal, failed to measure up to the 2016 European champions.
Both countries’ A squads go for each other’s jugular at the 50,000-capacity Estádio José Alvalade on Portugal
A recent report from Football Insider has offered an update on the future of the explosive Nigerian Bright Osayi-Samuel.
The player will soon get the invitation he has been waiting for, according to Fotomac.
Osayi-Samuel has been linked with both sides of the Old Firm divide this summer and Celtic were tipped to make a move earlier in the window.
After months of transfer speculation, with talks of a new contract at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium continuing to stall, the 23-year-old will make the move to Istanbul in the summer, where he has signed a four-year deal.
The attacker had been watched by both sides of the Glasgow divide with pre-contracts being considered by both outfits.
Osayi-Samuel, who netted the Championship side’s equaliser from the penalty spot at Carrow Road, had the goal at his mercy, but failed to convert, subsequently costing his side what would have been a significant three points away at the leaders.
The 22-year-old attracted interest from clubs in the summer after an impressive campaign last season and he is now on Celtic’s radar.
Reports claimed Osayi-Samuel is hoping Crystal Palace make a bid for him this summer.
Reports claimed Palace is preparing to make an offer for QPR’s Eberechi Eze.
The 22-year-old has been mulling over a transfer to Club Brugge since the Belgian outfit recently had a £4.7 million bid accepted.
West Bromwich Albion face competition for the signing of QPR winger Bright Osayi-Samuel.
Eberechi Eze and Bright Osayi-Samuel played significant roles as Queens Park Rangers pommelled Cardiff City 6-1 in their first Championship game of the year.
The contract of the 19-year-old winger-turned-striker, who was born in Nigeria, runs out in the summer, although it is believed that the Seasiders have the option to extend it for another year