London - Nigeria international, John Obi Mikel has been
mentioned by Turkish Super League club, Besiktas as a possible transfer target
The Chelsea midfielder, hasn't enjoyed enough playing time
at the Stamford Bridge and Besiktas club President Fikret Oman is looking to
maximise that situation to offer the Nigerian more playing time. Fikret Oman
opined that Besiktas are thinking of a move for John Obi Mikel.
According to Fantik, club president Fikret Oman stated that
the Turkish club monitored the Nigeria international last summer and may renew
their interest during the January window.
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"If the coach, Senol Gunes had given the go ahead we
were going to sign Mikel and we could enter the race again over the winter
break.” Fikret stated
John Obi Mikel grew from the ranks having played at the U17
and U20 level for Nigeria, he has played an important role for Nigeria at
senior level and just recently he was in action for the Super Eagles in two
John Obi Mikel has won two Premier League trophies, four FA
Cups, two League Cups, and one FA Community Shield. On the continent, he has
the UEFA Champions League and Europa League once.
For Nigeria, Mikel won the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations and he
was part of the 2005 Flying Eagles team that won Silver at the FIFA U20 World
Cup and he played at the FIFA World Cup 'Brazil 2014'.For
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