- Kelechi Iheanacho's value has suddenly risen after his resurgence at Leicester City
- The attacker has scored eight goals and four assists in 18 appearances this term
- Iheanacho's current price according to TransgerMarkt stands at €15m from his previous €12m value
- The 23-year-old has been recalled to the Super Eagles for 2021 AFCON qualifier earlier scheduled for this month
Nigerian football star Kelechi Iheanacho has enjoyed a sudden resurgence of form in all competitions for Leicester City this campaign.
The 23-year-old forward has scored a total of eight goals and four assists in 18 appearances across competitions for the Foxes this campaign.
Compared to the two goals and four assists he contributed to the team in 35 matches all through the 2018-19 season.
This development has seen the former Manchester City man recalled to the Super Eagles for their 2021 Africa Cup of Nations' qualifiers originally scheduled for later this month.
In addition to his return to his country's national team, Iheanacho's stocks seem to have risen in the transfer market.
According to Complete Sport, the forward's value has been shot up from €12 million to €15 million in the Premier League’s latest market value updates on Transfermarkt.
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The former youth international has scored three goals and four assists in 12 Premier League appearances - an impressive stat for the star who blanked out in the previous season.
He was linked with a move to top European clubs earlier this season but Leicester refused to allow him to leave owing to his recent performances for his club.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Super Eagles stars have, in a unique fashion, subtly passed their message on how to avoid contact with the rampaging novel coronavirus which has so far killed over 7,000 people across the globe.
With the pandemic spreading across the world most especially Europe, top professional leagues across the continent have been suspended while players are ordered to self-quarantine.
Panic buyers are snatching up every tissue paper from all stores across the globe in bid to protect themselves.
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