No doubt, the premiership is a popular league with millions of followership in Nigeria, however, Super Eagles players like Mikel Obi and Victor Moses of Chelsea FC; Odion Ighalo of Watford FC; the duo of Brown Ideye and Victor Anichebe of West Bromich will also dazzle football lovers with skills.
Alex Iwobi (Arsenal football club)
One of two relatives of Jay Jay Okocha on the Arsenal FC book, the other being Chuba Akpom who would have appeared on this list but for his loan to championship club, Hull City.
The young lad, 19 has represented England at youth level and is even the captain of the Arsenal U-21 side.
Earlier in preseason after Arsenal defeated Lyon 6-0, Arsenal boss said of him: “I like his team attitude, his movement. We have a game based on movement and speed, and he integrates that very well. He has good power and is usually efficient – he scores goals a lot.”
He added: “Some players might go out on loan but Alex Iwobi will stay with us.” Does that sound like a regular first team outings this season?
Kelechi Iheanacho (Manchester City)
Nigerian powerful forward Kelechi Iheanacho is a player to look out for in the coming season of the English premiership, having created a name for himself in the highly competitive English league after a stint at a football academy in Nigeria.
Another promising youngster that will feature for Liverpool FC is Jordon Ibe, 19. His performance last season was good and commendable. He did well as the season was nearing its end. The team recalled him to the first team in January 2015 from Derby County where he was spending the 2014/2015 season on loan.
Dele Alli (Tottenham Hotspur)
Dele is a very talented midfield maestro. The 19 year old started with MK Dons in the league one before his switch over to the spurs. He scored a total of 16 goals in 2014/2015 season and ensure the team grabbed a ticket to play in the Championship next season.