- Moses Simon believes he would achieve his dreams of playing for Real Madrid
- The Super Eagles star is confident he will follow in the footsteps of Odion Ighalo
- Simon was named Nantes Player of the Year in his first season with the Ligue 1 side
Moses Simon has revealed that he would love to fulfil his boyhood dream by playing for Real Madrid.
The Super Eagles winger is aiming at following the steps footsteps of former national teammate Odion Ighalo who joined Man United in January 2020.
Simon who narrowly missed joining Gernot Rohr's side to the 2018 World Cup due to injury was in superb form for Nantes at the just concluded Ligue 1 season.
However, the Levante star who was on loan to France made his made back into the Nigerian side at the AFCON 2019 tournament is now dreaming big of becoming a Los Blancos star.
“I can’t say anything about my club at the moment,” he said.
“I am a player of Levante and at the moment on loan to Nantes.
“Growing up I love the white and white colour of Real Madrid and I hope to play for the club one day.
“Ighalo’s ambition was to play for Manchester United and he achieved that, I have same target and hopefully I will play for Madrid,” quoted by New Telegraph.
Meanwhile, the former Gent star was happy Gernot Rohr renewed his contract with the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) for the next three years.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that President Muhammadu Buhari has paid a tribute to the mother of late Super Eagles midfielder Samuel Okwaraji.
Mrs. Janet gave up the ghost at her residence in Enugu state at the age of 83 and her death was confirmed by her eldest son Patrick.
In a condolence message released by the President's Special Adviser on Media and Publicity Femi Adesina, the president was full of praise to Okwaraji.
Legit.ng also reported that Randy Juan Muller's tale about being stranded at an airport in India for three months has caught the world's attention.
As many observed the lockdown rules in their homes, the Ghanaian star who plays professionally in the Indian could not return home due to the travel ban imposed by the Indian government.
Muller lived in the terminal from March 21, until June 3, 2020, after coronavirus cancelled his flight home.
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