- Ola Aina has reportedly been linked with a loan move to Fulham
- The Premier League newcomers have had discussions with Serie A side Torino
- Aina has played 17 times for Nigeria since making his debut in 2017
Ola Aina could be making a return back to England as newly-promoted Premier League side Fulham want his services, Complete Sports reports.
It is understood that the Nigerian international could join the Cottagers on loan from Serie A side Torino this summer.
The report further added that Fulham boss Scott Parker wants a versatile defender in his squad for the coming season and the 23-year-old is his best option.
The Super Eagles defender who narrowly missed the going to the 2018 World Cup joined Torino from Chelsea after an impressive loan spell with the Turin based club.
He made a £9million move last summer and has been used on both sides of the wing-backs during their last Serie A campaign.
Aina has also had loan spell with Chmapionship side Hull City while he still at Chelsea and made 44 appearances for the Tigers.
Until this date, Aina has made himself an important memeber of the national team and played 17 times for Nigerian and is yet to register a goal in the green and white colors of the west African nation.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Nigerian striker Victor Osimhen on Friday night, September 4, continued with his superb performances for Napoli in pre-season game netting hat-trick against Terano.
Napoli who are preparing so hard for their campaign in the coming season defeated third tier team Terano 4-0 in which Victor Osimhen was superb.
Osimhen played a starring role in Friday's encounter as the Serie A outfit ended their pre-season training camp in on a flying note and ready for the new season.
Legit.ng also reported that Nigerian football fraternities have once again been thrown into deep mourning following the shocking death of former Super Eagles defender Ajibade Babalade.
The 48-year-old who was known for his superb defending skills during his active playing time in the Super Eagles died in Ibadan, Oyo state, on Friday night, September 4.
According to the reports gathered, the former Shooting Stars of Ibadan captain suffered cardiac arrest and was rushed to the University College Hospital where he died.
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