RANKED: HERE ARE 10 NIGERIAN STARS TO PLAY IN PREMIER LEAGUE (SEE KANU, OKOCHA'S POSITION)

- Odion Ighalo will probably play his first game for MAN United against Chelsea- The 30-year-old forward is the first Nigerian to sign and play

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