In a stunning revelation by Italian transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, Super Eagles striker Victor Boniface has become the most sought-after striker among clubs in Europe’s top five leagues, MySportDab reports.
The 22-year-old, who made a €20 million move to Bayer Leverkusen from Royale Union Saint-Gilloise in the last transfer window, has rapidly evolved into one of the most feared strikers on the continent.
Boniface’s extraordinary performance in the Bundesliga, where he has netted seven goals and provided five assists in just 11 games, has garnered widespread attention.
His impressive achievements include winning the Bundesliga Player of the Month and Rookie of the Month awards for August, September, and October. Additionally, he has been nominated for the best player of the month in September.
Notably, Boniface holds the record for the most shots in the Bundesliga this season, showcasing his attacking prowess. His stellar contributions have been instrumental in Bayer Leverkusen’s commanding position at the top of the Bundesliga table after 11 matchdays.
Before the international break, Boniface ranked fourth in Europe’s top five leagues for goal contributions, trailing only Harry Kane of Bayern Munich, Erling Haaland of Manchester City, and Serhou Guirassy of VfB Stuttgart.
His remarkable statistics place him among the elite in European football, with Kane, Haaland, and Guirassy being the only players ahead of him in goal contributions.
Romano disclosed that top clubs from various countries are closely monitoring Boniface, who has made a significant impact at Leverkusen.
The Nigerian striker’s outstanding achievements, including winning the Bundesliga Rookie of the Month award three times consecutively, have captured the attention of elite clubs.
Among the clubs reportedly expressing interest in Boniface are Newcastle, Real Madrid, and Liverpool, all eager to secure the services of the prolific striker.
As the transfer saga unfolds, the football world awaits to see where Victor Boniface, Europe’s hottest striker, will make his mark in the coming transfer windows.