EXCITING NEWS: Midfield maestro is expected to make his Fulham debut against Luton.

On the final day for summer transfers, Alex Iwobi successfully transferred from Everton to Fulham, ending his five-year association with the Merseyside club.

Super Eagles attacker Alex Iwobi is eligible to make his Fulham debut against Luton Town in a Premier League game at the Craven Cottage on Saturday, according to manager Marco Silva, according to Soccernet.ng.

The 27-year-old, who had spent the previous five years at Everton, moved from Merseyside to London on the final day of the summer transfer season.

His first game for the Cottagers has been delayed due to a hamstring injury he suffered in Everton’s 4-0 loss away at Aston Villa in his final game for the Toffees.

In his pre-game press conference on Saturday, Silva provided an update on the availability of the former Arsenal player ahead of Fulham’s league matchup against newcomers Luton Town.

The roster for the team will include Alex Iwobi. He was injured when he first joined us, but he has been practising with the team this week, according to fulhamfc.com.

Following an opening-week triumph against Everton at Goodison Park by a score of 0-1 he will look to use his timely comeback to assist his club in getting back on track.

Iwobi, who was left out of the Super Eagles squad that defeated Sao Tome and Principe 6-0 in a qualifier for the Africa Cup of Nations on Sunday, will also be aiming to make a comeback to the Super Eagles camp for their confirmed friendly match against Saudi Arabia in October.

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