Enugu Rangers are up to grab the duo of Sunday Mba and Chigozie Agbim.

Sunday Mba.
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The Chairman of Enugu Rangers, Festus Onuh has said that they will pay the transfer fees of the AFCON 2013 winners.
Warri Wolves has set aside the record setting sum of N12m for the service of Mba after the Nigeria Football Federation ruled that the Nations Cup hero remains a product of NPFL.
“We have secured the clearance of three more players to feature in this Sunday’s game and we are ready to pay Warri Wolves their asking price for the services of Sunday Mba and Chigozie Agbim to enhance our chances over the two legs (in the CAF Champions League,)” Onuh told MTNFootball.com.
Both players have been training with Rangers in Enugu.
Rangers will host Angola’s Recreativo de Libolo this weekend in the CAF Champions League second round and Onuh is optimistic his side will cross the hurdle.
”The Angolans won’t stand in our way towards qualifying for the group stage of the Champions League,” he said.
“We are properly positioned to rub shoulders with the top sides in the continent and our target remains getting to the final of the competition.
“It is a pity that our brothers Kano Pillars are out and that will motivate us the more to do a good representation for the country.”
He further promised the fans that Rangers will be crowned Nigeria champions this season after they missed the title narrowly last time.