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Arsenal sign Nigeria's Nwakali - sources

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 By Colin Udoh

Nigeria forward Ahmed Musa: I'd be happy to join Leicester

Ahmed Musa could be heading to England.

Nigeria forward Ahmed Musa is keen on joining Leicester City, if the Premier League champions can reach an agreement with CSKA Moscow.

Musa, 23, scored 13 goals in 30 games in the Russian league this season and was recently the subject of a bid of around €30 million from the Foxes, according to club's coach Leonid Slutsky.

Both clubs are in advanced talks while the player is holidaying in Nigeria, and Musa told ESPN FC he is looking forward to the switch

Leicester City players and staff visited a Buddhist pagoda in Myanmar to reflect on their title-winning season.
Premier League Champions Leicester City enjoyed an open-top bus parade in Bangkok as their title celebrations continue.

"They have been talking since January,...

 By Colin Udoh

FIFA president Gianni Infantino is to visit Nigeria in June - NFF president

FIFA appointed its first female and first non-European secretary-general; United Nations official Fatma Samoura.

FIFA president Gianni Infantino is to visit Nigeria in early June, according to Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) president Amaju Pinnick.

Pinnick, who is facing opposition to his leadership from a rogue group, was at the FIFA Congress in Mexico and said Infantino was pleased by the efforts made by the current leadership

"The FIFA president says Nigeria is a big country and a massive footballing nation that should help with the new FIFA leadership's drive to truly develop the game," Pinnick said.

"He...

 By Colin Udoh

Nigerian federation bans five for misrepresentation as NFF officials

Nigeria's Amaju Pinnick
Amaju Pinnick, left, is in charge of Nigeria's current Executive Committee.

Nigeria's football federation have handed bans to some of its members claiming to run a rival federation.

Christopher Giwa, Muazu Suleyman, Yahaya Adama, Sani Fema and Effiong Johnson were all hit with five-year bans by the NFF's Disiciplinary Committee on Thursday.

In handing down the bans, the Committee explained that the rogue group misrepresented themselves as the NFF while hiring a legal firm in Johannesburg and accruing bills of up to $100,000 which they have refused to pay, leading to legal...

 By Colin Udoh

Watford's Odion Ighalo to see out season despite father's death

Odion Ighalo featured in Watford's 2-1 loss to Crystal Palace on Sunday.

Odion Ighalo is set to remain with Watford until the end of the season despite his father's death on Monday.

Paul Ighalo died in his sleep in the early hours of Monday in Lagos, Nigeria.

"A few days ago, he complained of weakness. He was taken to hospital for treatment. This morning, he died in his sleep," Nigeria international Ighalo told ESPN FC.

The 26-year-old striker confirmed he will stay with Watford until funeral arrangements are finalised, which means he will see out the season with the...

Olympic men's football draw made in Rio ahead of 2016 games in Brazil

Mexico's Olympic gold could be a steppingstone prior to success in Brazil.
Mexico take gold in London four years ago.

Defending Olympic champions Mexico have been drawn against Germany, Fiji and South Korea in the Group C of the men's football tournament this summer.

Mexico, who beat Brazil 2-1 in the 2012 final at Wembley Stadium in London to win their first-ever football gold at the Olympics, won the CONCACAF Men's Olympic Qualifying Championship to reach Rio -- along with fellow finalists Honduras.

The draw was made on Thursday at the Maracana stadium in Rio, which hosted the final of the World Cup two years...