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Eagles forward Gbolahan Salami is reportedly close to joining Egypt football powerhouse
Salami who is currently on the books of local team Warri Wolves, scored
Nigeria’s first goal in their weekend 2-0 victory over Chad in the 2017 Africa
cup of Nations qualifiers.
Nicknamed "Nigeria Balotelli" for his fearsome nature is fighting for
his wages with Nigeria teams, notorious for owing players he is rated as one of
the best in the league.
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In the past he has failed in his bid to move away
from the Nigeria league, the last of which was a failed move to Partizan
Belgrade in March.
The 23 year old representatives are already in Egypt trying to thrash out terms
on what is reported to be a three year deal.
In 2009 Zamalek failed to sign Salami with a bid but, this time around reports
indicates they are close to a transfer for the Ex Shooting Stars, Sunshine
Stars, Warri Wolves and Enyimba forward.