October 5, 2023

Former Nigeria chief Mikel Obi says picking Chelsea over Manchester Joined in a profoundly questionable transfer in 2006 was the “best choice” of his profession.
The midfielder, who resigned last week at 35 years old, was the subject of a severe debate between the Red Fiends and the Blues in 2005, preceding signing for the last the next year.
His choice to move to London, having at first signed for the Manchester side from Norwegian club Lyn Oslo, eventually demonstrated fulfillment.
Mikel became one of the club’s most improved players, winning the Bosses Association, Europa Association, two Premier Associations, two Association Cups, and four FA Cups in an 11-year spell which finished when he left Stamford Extension in 2017.
“I lament no choice I made because I delighted in all that I accomplished at Chelsea – it’s the best choice I have made in my life,” Mikel told BBC Game Africa.
“I signed a pre-contract for Manchester Joined when I was 17. On the off chance that you are a youngster and you see Sir Alex Ferguson directly before you with the agreement, you will be enticed.”
Having made a lot of previous running, Chelsea was stunned when he signed for their opponents. His representative John Shittu promptly ventured out to Oslo to take the player to London, while Lyn quickly proclaimed him missing.

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