- Fisayo Dele-Bashiru has completed a move to Sheffield Wednesday from Man City
- The Nigerian failed to get regular playing time at the Etihad stadium before he left
- Sheffield finished 16th last season on the Championship final table
Nigerian footballer Fisayo Dele-Bashiru has completed a move to Championship side Sheffield Wednesday from Manchester City for an undisclosed fee.
The second division club made the announcement on their official website claiming that the 19-year-old will help them in their campaign next season.
Fisayo Dele-Bashiru is now the first summer signing for Sheffield Wednesday who will be fighting for promotion to the Premier League next term.
At the just concluded season in the Championship, Sheffield Wednesday did not do well as they finished as 16th best on the final League table.
Dele-Bashiru began his career at Manchester City youth teams, but failed to make it to the first team of the side he joined when he was eight.
“I’m honored to sign for Sheffield Wednesday and I’m excited to be here.
“I’m at an age now where I want to be playing first team football and I am confident it will fall into place for me here.
“I know there are other players in the same position but competition for places is a positive.
“My game is about power, strength and pace, I like to go box to box and I like taking on a shot too,'' Fisayo Dele-Bashiru explained.
Fisayo is the younger brother of Tom Dele-Bashiru who currently plays for Watford and also represented Nigeria at the Under 20 World Cup.
Lazio chiefs are said to have been impressed with Nwankwo's performances for his club this season and they want to lure him to Rome this summer.
With four games remaining this season in the Italian Serie A, Lazio are currently occupying fourth position with the hopes of them qualifying for the Champions League next term.
According to Tuttosalernitana, Lazio chiefs are of the opinion that Simy Nwankwo will be of great help for them should they end up getting Champions League ticket for next season.
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