Fulham football club is ready to sign three Nigerian superstars on a permanent deal if they manage to avoid this season’s relegation . According to The Sun online edition, Ola Aina and Josh Maja are likely to secure a permanent deal with the Cottagers if the club manages to survive relegation.
Another Nigerian on target for a permanent deal is Ademola Lookman who is on loan with the Cottagers. Fulham feels confident that they will be able to convince the Nigerian international to stay put at the club once they avoid a drop to championship competition come next summer.
Ademola joined the Cottagers last summer on loan in a deal that had no purchase clause. However, the club will have to shell out Maja and Aina €10 and €12.5 respectively set in their contract if they want to secure them on a permanent deal.
With the Super Eagles striker being on target twice in the last six matches that he has started, the London-based club has revived its fight to avoid relegation in a spectacular fashion.
Premier League statistics prove how Lookman has become one of Fulham’s most decisive players. The player has been involved in seven goals for the club after making a total of 25 appearances for the club.
The battle to avoid relegation in the England top division is taking shape with just 10 games to go. Fulham is just one goal difference into the relegation zone as one goal separates them from seventeenth placed Brighton & Hove Albion.