- Nigerian striker Terem Moffi is said not to be interested in making a move to the Premier League
- The Lorient striker is instead happy to stay in the French Ligue 1, but move to another club, Nice
- Clubs like Southampton, Everton and West Ham United in the Premier League wants the signing of Moffi
Super Eagles striker Terem Moffi has reportedly turned his back to lucrative move to the Premier League as the 23-year-old wants to remain in France and join Nice.
There have been speculation over the future of Moffi at Lorient with Everton, Southampton, West Ham, and Marseille reported to be interested in his signature.
Moffi's superb performances so far this season has been the reason while clubs in England are looking for ways to sign him.
The Nigerian has scored 12 goals after 18 games in which made him target for clubs in the transfer market.
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Why rejecting EPL clubs?
According to the report on Soccernet, Moffi has chosen to move to Nice.
Marseille and Lorient already had a deal in place, but Moffi rejected the transfer and chose Nice.
What are they saying?
Speaking to Nigerian reporter, Andrew Randa, on Moffi snubbing move to Premier League, the experienced football expert explained that it is a good thing for him to remain in France.
Statement made by Randa
''It is a good thing for him to remain in France and continue his career, but if teams in the top four in England should come for him, then I will be glad for him to go.''
Boehly urged to sign Osimhen
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how a Nigerian football fan urged Napoli striker Victor Osimhen that Chelsea will be the best place for him to move to and not Premier League rivals, Manchester United.
There have been serious speculation over the future of Osimhen at Napoli with the Red Devils said to be interested in the signing of the Super Eagles star.
So far this season in the Serie A, Osimhen has been the king of goals after netting 14, thereby leading the goalscoring chart.
The Nigerian fan posted on Twitter, sharing a picture of Osimhen in the Blues' shirt, urging the club's owner Todd Boehly to buy him.