5 Players Whose Wages Could Take Nigeria Out of Recession – See How Much They Earn (Photos)
It is no longer news that Nigeria are currently creeping to get out of the economic recession, a situation which has seen many states being unable to pay its workers due to the current situation of the country.
Football is a game being watched all over the world, and the round leather game is one of the avenue that brings different people together in one interest.
Nigeria is blessed with so many talented players in which lots of them have made themselves known via this round leather game called football.
Most of the clubs in Europe pays their players weekly, and here we look at some Nigerian players whose weekly wages could take their states out of the economic recession.
The Chelsea player is one of the biggest boys in town going by what he receives weekly in his club who are currently topping the premier League in England.
Mikel who is the Super Eagles captain is earning the sum of 75, 000 pounds every seven blessed days and one could think of what this money can do in his state Plateau if converted to naira.
Moses currently collects the sum of 45,000 pounds every week at Chelsea and he has been impressive this term for the Blues.
Iheanacho celebrates his goal against Southampton
Kelechi Iheanacho is one of the Nigerian players whose dreams of playing in Europe came to past as he currently plays for Manchester City in England, and he has been awesome for the club this season.
The forward is a big boy considering the amount that enters his account every week as the 19 year old earns 100, 000 pounds every seven days.
When Martins was playing for major League soccer team, Seattle Sounders, he was reportedly earning 3 million dollars on a yearly basis, but Chinese club Shanghai Shenhua doubled his money and he had no choice than to join them.
Martins’ wealth knows no bound as the former Inter Milan man has acquired a lot from football.
Nigeria striker Ahmed Musa is also one of the biggest boys who currently plays for Leicester City in the Premier League in England.
The Super Eagles forward is on 60,000 pounds weekly payment, and one could think what this money could do for Kano state in this time of recession.