Former Super Eagles striker flies with Nigerian singer, Peter of Psquare

Peter posted a photo on his Instagram of himself and former Blackburn striker Aiyegneni on a fight together

Peter Okoye and Yakubu Aiyegbeni

It looks like former Super Eagles striker Yakubu Aiyegbeni has a new business partner in Nigerian pop star, Peter Okoye of Psquare.

Peter posted a photo on his Instagram of himself and former Blackburn striker Aiyegneni on a fight together.

"With my bro Yakubu Aiyegbeni ," Peter wrote on alongside the photo.

"Antalya and London am on my way to you, Welcome to my football world," he said.

Peter who is a huge football fan and an avid supporter of Chelsea FC, recently joined revealed that he has become an investor in club.

The 34-year-old award winning pop star who started first as a footballer before switching to music which he became famous for, has also launched his football management company called P-Classic Football Management.

"I have been sponsoring the club for more than 5yrs now known as ," he wrote on Instagram.

"I have already sponsored two players from the team to Europe in 2015, while more of them are scheduled to travel abroad for trial this year.

"Now i have decided to take it up big time and setup a Football Management Agency as a platform to help grassroots football. Welcome to my world of FOOTBALL ; P-Classic Football management. God bless you."

Th famous popstar might have a thing or two to learn from Aiyegbeni has he ventures into the football business.

Aiyegbeni now plays as a striker for Kayserispor.


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