Super Eagles legend Jay Jay Okocha names the epic football match he would pay to feature in

Super Eagles legend Jay Jay Okocha names the epic football match he would pay to feature in

- Austin Okocha made name for himself during his stint in the German Bundesliga

- The former Super Eagles captain featured for Borussia Neunkirchen and Eintracht Frankfurt in Germany

- Bayern Munich will take on Dortmund this weekend and Okocha says he would pay to play such fixture

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Former Nigerian international Jay Jay Okocha has disclosed that he would do everything to feature in Der Klassiker between Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund.

The former Super Eagles captain made name for himself during his stint with Borussia Neunkirchen from 1990 to 1992 and Eintracht Frankfurt from 1992 to 1996.

Another edition of Klassiker goes down on Saturday March 6 and Okocha who currently works as a Bundesliga ambassador stated that he would pay to play in such a game.

He told Soccer Laduma:

"Well, it’s totally different, you know. Anybody who tells you it’s not different is lying because this is the kind of game somebody like me will pay to play! You know, I will pay to be a part of this kind of game.

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Super Eagles legend Jay Jay Okocha names the epic football match he would pay to feature in
Austin Okocha would love to feature in Klassiker. Photo: Lars Baron
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