Ifeanyi Ubah in hunt for Egbuchulam, Nwobodo

FC IfeanyiUbah are now in the hunt for Rangers International Football Club duo of Chisom Egbuchulam and Obinna Nwobodo, sportstalkafrica.com can exclusively report.
Egbuchulam and Nwobodo are men in demand from the

Obinna Nwobodo
Obinna Nwobodo

 as the club, President Chief Ifeanyi Ubah, is ready to break the Nigeria Professional Football League transfer record to land them.
IfeanyiUbah is ready to convince Rangers with big money for Egbuchulam and Nwobodo after their impressive, eye-catching performance for the NPFL current  champions. 
Our check revealed that the Nnewi Billionaire club are deploying all their means of persuasion in an attempt to bring in Egbuchulam who emerged Footballer of the Year at the Nigerian Sports Awards.  
Egbuchulam has stirred the interest of many teams after netting 16 goals in Rangers’ title-winning campaign while Nwobodo is widely regarded as one of the talented teenagers in the NPFL with his fine performances for Rangers viewed as one of the reasons they won the league title after 32 years.
The reigning Federation Cup champions, FC IfeanyiUbah, has been tracking the duo for a number of weeks as they look to beef up their squad after their below par performances in the just concluded Super 4 where they recorded one point from possible nine in three games. 
Egbuchulam is however said to be on the verge of joining Tunisian side, Etoile du Sahel for $300, 000, a move which many doubt Rangers will allow.

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