Emmanuel Amuneke set for huge profit in sales of midfielder

Emmanuel Amuneke is set to earn up to n1b from the transfer of Kelechi Nwakali to a European club

Kelechi Nwakali set to join Arsenal

The Most Valuable Player of the just concluded FIFA U-17 World CupKelechi Nwakali could earn his coach Emmanuel Amuneke a huge profit.

The midfielder has been in hot demand following his impressive outing in the U-17 World Cup, leading the Golden Eaglets of Nigeria to the trophy.

He has just signed withStellar Group.

As Kelechi and his new representatives keep searching and reviewing their options, Golden Eaglets coach, Emmanuel Amuneke, could earn up to N1b in the transfer of the midfielder and another Nigeria U-17 player Samuel Chukwueze.

According to All Nigeria Soccer, Amuneke is demanding a cumulative transfer fee of 5.3 million euros (about N1.1billion) for both players.

Amuneke through his partnership with Diamond Academy, Umuahia and ASJ Academy Owerri means that he has some Kelechi Nwakali’s economic and sporting rights.

According to the report, Diamond Academy, Umuahia and ASJ Academy Owerri own Kelechi’s economic and sporting rights in the ratio 70 : 30 but both teams are only acting as proxies on Amuneke’s behalf.

ASJ Academy which have 30% of the sporting rights of Nwakali is owned by Amuneke’s family and the U-17 coach is represented there by Emeka.

Amuneke has demanded that the European clubs that finally snap up the players must sign a partnership agreement with his Academy, stipulating that two players from his academy must go on trial with the buying club every year, accompanied by the coach, the report say.

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