Super Eagles midfielder Mikel Agu has obtained his Portuguese citizenship following 10 years of residency in the European country
Agu originally moved to Portugal in 2011 to join his childhood group and has since lived in the nation bar the 2015/2016 and 2017/2018 seasons which he spent borrowed in Belgium and Turkey individually.
As indicated by Portuguese law, one is qualified for citizenship through naturalization following six years of home.
That is the interaction the Nigerian football has gone through to get his Portuguese visa.
“What God can’t do doesn’t exist, presently a Portuguese,” the midfielder declared on his online media with a photograph of his Portuguese identification.
The 27-year-old midfielder was brought into the world in Benin City where he began his initial vocation.
He moved to Portugal to join Porto’s childhood group at an early age, from where he was elevated to the senior group.
In spite of the fact that advanced, he never spent a whole season at the club as he was conveyed borrowed.
He initially went on loan to Club Brugge in Belgium and got back to Portugal to play for Vitoria de Setubal.
The accompanying season he moved to Turkey on advance with Bursaspor before getting back to Portugal to play for Vitoria de Setubal once more.
In 2019, he left Porto and joined another Portuguese club Vitoria de Guimaraes.
He has seven appearances for the Super Eagles of Nigeria.
The Nigeria worldwide is hitched with a child. His family lives with him in Portugal.