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Spurs, Liverpool tracks Simon

13 October 2015, 10:28

Abuja - Nigeria international Moses Simon is said to have attracted interests from Tottenham and Liverpool, according to the Daily Mail.

The 20-year-old is currently having a good season with reigning Belgium Jupiler League champions Gent.

The winger already has 5 caps for the Nigeria senior national team.

Media reports suggest that the player is keen to play for a big club with several Premier League teams ready to offer him that opportunity.

Also read: Super Eagles recover to beat Cameroon 3-0

Reports also suggest that Gent want close to £10m for Simon's signature, but it remains to be seen whether any club will be willing to match that figure.

Liverpool and Spurs were apparently both interested in signing Simon as a teenager, and are now tracking him again.

He's 20, he scored seven league goals last season for Gent and he moved from Trencin in Slovakia in January 2015.

- News24


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