Ugbo has impressed while on loan at Belgian side Cercle Brugge this season with Monaco and Genk both keen on the striker.
The three-time African champions will take on the Squirrels at Stade Charles de Gaulle in Porto Novo on March 27 before facing the Crocodiles three days later at Teslim Balogun Stadium, Lagos.
According to reports in the Netherlands as reported by Goal.com, the Belgian club have reached an agreement with Heracles Almelo to sign Dessers for €4 million.
United were linked with a host of attackers throughout deadline day before finally agreeing a deal for Ighalo, who will join on loan until the end of the season with the option to make that move permanent this summer
Genk of Belgium sensational Stephen Odey has dedicated his Champions League debut goal against defending Champions League champions, Liverpool to his mum.
The move comes on the back of an impressive campaign in Switzerland where he scored 14 goals in 44 outings for FC Zurich across all competitions
Wilfred Ndidi has committed his future to Leicester City after signing a new six-year contract with the club.
Leicester City midfielder Wilfred Ndidi has insisted that he has not thought about leaving the King Power Stadium in this summer’s transfer window.
It was feared that the 20-year-old midfielder, who moved to the Foxes in a £17 million switch from Belgian side Genk in the January transfer window, was facing a spell on the sidelines when he was forced to limp off during his country’s 1-0 victory over Zambia last Saturday.
The Nigeria international only joined Leicester in January, for a fee of £15 million from Genk, but he has immediately become a key player for his new club and played in both legs of their win over Sevilla
Media reports (not The Eagle Online) claimed the 20-year-old would ask for a transfer away from the King Power Stadium if the Red Devils came calling, quoting Hakeem Bello, a “friend of Ndidi’s agent”
The 20-year-old signed from Genk in a £15 million deal during the January window, but already looks worth a higher fee due to a series of composed displays as the anchor of Leicester’s midfield
The 20-year-old Nigeria international joined the Premier League champions from Belgian side, Genk, in January and has been a first-team regular since
The midfielder completed a reported £15 million move from Genk on Wednesday and signed a five-year deal with the champions
The 20-year-old will put pen to paper on a five-and-a-half-year deal, subject to the Premier League champions being granted a work permit for the player
The 20-year-old was initially linked with a switch to the King Power Stadium earlier this month following a string of impressive performances in both midfield and defence
Ndidi’s impressive displays for Genk have seen both Chelsea and Spurs send scouts to take in his performance in Belgium