Several European Clubs Set Sight On Eli Keke Featured
20 Jun

Several European Clubs Set Sight On Eli Keke

Vikingur’s Emmanuel Eli Keke has been one of the greatest revelations in the Icelandic second tier league since joining them earlier this year from Ghanaian club, Dreams FC. 
 
According to Kickgh.com sources, clubs in Denmark, Sweden and Germany have entered the race for the talented highly-rated 21-year old Ghanaian.
 
Eli Keke has featured in five of the seven games Vikingur has played and won the MVP on three occasions and also featuring in the team of the week twice. 
 
Surprisingly, on the two occasions his club lost, Eli Keke did not feature corroborating how important he is to the cause of Vikingur.
 
The talented Ghanaian’s can comfortably play as a centre-back and as defensive midfielder.
 
He operates in an environment where his ball work is combined with the grit of Jaap Stam.
 
He is strong, quick and good in the air and is adept to using his body to shield the ball away from danger and his speed ensures he can make powerful recovery tackles when required; a good passer of the ball and a dead-ball specialist too.
 
With such qualities, it is not surprising to see several European clubs stalking him in attempt to sign him on this summer. 
 
It is unknown whether Vikingur will let go of their prized asset.
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