- Mikel John Obi has been seen in an expensive plane as the Nigerian star is enjoying life after retirement
- The former Chelsea star was one of the best midfielders during his active playing time winning the AFCON
- Inside the expensive plane, Mikel Obi showed his fans the exquisite compartment and also the staircase
Former Super Eagles captain Mikel John Obi has been spotted flying on expensive plane on business clash with the Nigerian showing off exquisite compartment and staircase.
The Chelsea legend recently announced his retirement from football after successful career both at club level and in the national team which is the Super Eagles.
There is no doubt about the fact that Mikel Obi is one of the richest African players considering what he made while playing football especially while he was at Chelsea.
Before even joining Chelsea, there was serious tussle between Manchester United and the Blues before the Nigerian eventually moved to Stamford Bridge.
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According to the post on Mikel Obi's Instagram story, the former professional was seen in happy mood inside the plane.
Mikel began his career with local club Plateau United, before joining Norwegian club Lyn at the age of 17 in 2004.
In 2006, he made a controversial transfer to English club Chelsea after Manchester United claimed they had already signed him.
He stayed with Chelsea for 11 years, before moving to China with Tianjin TEDA in 2017.
In the Super Eagles, Mikel Obi featured in 91 games for Nigerian netting six goals and also won the AFCON title.
Emmanuel Dennis opens goal account for Premier League side Nottingham Forest
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Nigerian international Emmanuel Dennis was on the score sheet in Nottingham Forest’s 1-1 draw with Aston Villa, in the English Premier League on Monday night, 10 October.
The newly-promoted Premier League side agreed to a £20 million summer deal to sign Super Eagles forward Emmanuel Dennis from Watford this summer.
It was his first goal since joining the club, having shrugged off pressure from the first few matches he featured in.
He made his first full league debut in August, as manager Steve Cooper had preferred his compatriot Taiwo Awoniyi upfront.