Belgium Jupiler champions Club Brugge has made nine millions euros to hijack Nigerian rising star Raphael Onyedika from Serie A giant AC Milan.

The 21-year-old F.C. Ebedei’s academy graduate broke into the limelight last season for Midtllyand where he scored three goals in 48 appearances in all competitions after he won the Danish Cup and was voted Young Player of the Season.

Onyedika tremendous exploit in the Danish Super Lig have drawn the attention of AC Milan as the Serie A holders directors of Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara has identified one of Nigeria’s most recognised young talented midfielders in Europe.

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However, according to HBVL claim that Club Brugge have submitted a nine million euros bid to Midtjylland to hijack the transfer of Onyedika from AC Milan.

The Rosonerri have offered Danish side €4 million plus bonuses for Onyedika’s services but the Midtjylland have turned down the bid as they are demanding €10 million for their midfielder dynamo.

Onyedika has featured for every minute in all six league matches this season for Midtjylland but the youngster has been left out for weekend fixtures, with his imminent departure the likely excuse for his absence.

The Nigerian midfieder is still under contract until June 2026 at MCH Arena was descibe as killed presser with close to 90% in pass completion and seventh in successful tackles in the last season after recovering over 300 balls of which half were in the opponent’s territory.

Onyedika who is 184 cm tall is on the verge of joining Club Brugge if Midtjylland accept nine million euros bid  from Belguim Jupiler Champions.

The young defensive midfielder will become Club Brugge joint-most expensive signing in the club’s history after Ghanaian star Kamal Sowah who move to Belgium from Leicester City last season.

Midtjylland acquired Onyedika almost for free from Nigerian partner club FC Ebedei in 2019.

 

 

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