Racism: Chukwu considering MLS offers

By Daily Sports on December 27, 2017

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Daniel Chima Chukwu may be forced to consider a move to the Major Soccer League (MLS) as sources informed SCORENigeria the striker’s playing time at Polish club Legia Warzawa has been restricted due to what they term as racism.

Chukwu, who has previously played in Norway and China, has only featured twice for Polish league leaders  Legia Warzsawa since he joined up in January on a three and half year deal.

“Chukwu is unhappy and frustrated in Poland and he may now consider offers from the MLS among other interests,” a source close to the player told SCORENigeria

“Racism is really the cause he has not been playing regularly and so he has to move out to get his career back on track.”

He won three Norwegian championships with Molde FK, before he moved to Chinese club Shanghai Shenxin.

•Photo shows Daniel Chima Chukwu.

Source Daily Sports

Posted December 27, 2017

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