Chelsea defender Kenneth Omeruo has advised Super Eagles teammate Samuel Chukwueze to make the move to the Premier League.
In a chat with TribalFootball, Omeruo advised Samuel Chukwueze to make the move to England and that he has the quality to thrive in the Premier League.
Chukwueze plays his club football for Spanish La Liga club Villarreal at the moment.
The Super Eagles winger scored eight goals in 38 games in all competitions for the Yellow Submarines last season.
Samuel Chukwueze has been attracting the interest of clubs in the Premier League.
English clubs like Manchester City and Liverpool have been linked with the young Nigerian winger.
Kenneth Omeruo knows a lot about the Premier League despite the fact that he’s yet to make an appearance for the first team.
The Super Eagles centre back is the longest-serving player at Chelsea and he spent last season on loan at Spanish La Liga outfit Leganes.
Kenneth Omeruo helped Leganes to secure safety at the end of last season’s La Liga campaign.
Omeruo and Chukwueze were part of the Super Eagles squad to the recently concluded African Cup of Nations (AFCON) tournament in Egypt.
The Super Eagles finished the tournament in third place.