Former Super Eagles captain, Nwankwo Kanu, is reportedly lined up to become the new chairman of Nigeria Premier League champions, Enyimba.
The Peoples’ Elephant Board was dissolved by the Abia State Government this week.
Felix Anyansi-Agwu was the team chairman 23 years ago.
The Aba giants won nine NPL titles and two CAF Champions League titles during his reign.
According to reports from Umuahia, Kanu, a former Premier League winner, has been earmarked for the position.
CAF Champions League will be Enyimba’s next competition.
Confirmed deal so far in the Premier League
The summer transfer window could be the richest yet with some huge football futures to be concluded over the next three months of huge-money bargaining.
Liverpool took the first step in the right direction by signing Brighton World Cup winner Alexis MacAllister.
The Argentina midfielder, 24, signed a five-year contract after Liverpool agreed a reported £35million release clause in his contract. However, with various add-ons and bonuses that could hike to £55m spent on him.