Super Eagles player, John Ogu, has made a 'come get me' plea to Arsenal after Barcelona confirmed the signing of Kevin-Prince Boateng.
While celebrating the shocking move of an African brother to one of the greatest clubs in history, the Super Eagles midfielder asked God to also favour him.
In what has undoubtedly been the most shocking transfer this season, Barcelona agreed on a loan deal with Italian outfit, Sassuolo, to bring the Ghanian to the Nou Camp till the end of the season.
Ogu in his usual comic state wrote on Twitter:
“The day God go do my own dey come as e do Kelvin Boateng own to Barcelona. Baba God Na your hand I dey. Na Just @Arsenal 🙏🙏😋😋”
The 30-year-old currently plays for Israeli Premier League side Hapoel Be'er Sheva. He joined the Isreali champions in the 2014/2015 season and has scored 17 times in over 200 appearances for them.
Ogu made his Eagles debut in 2013, during the era of the late Stephen Keshi and has gone on to represent Nigeria 23 times, scoring twice.