Enugu Rangers will have to pay up Chigozie Agbim’s transfer fee in two weeks or risk the wrath of Warri Wolves, who have threatened to recall the Super Eagles third- choice goalkeeper.
Agbim’s contract was finally sealed at eight million naira, prior to Enugu Rangers’ CAF Champions League first- leg clash with Recreativo do Libolo in Enugu.
Wolves’ media officer Etu Moses in a statement, described the issue as saddening, that “since the agreed date of May 15 for payment expired we have not heard from Rangers.”
Etu Moses also spoke on Eagles forward Sunday Mba, who represented Rangers in the clash with Recreativo in Angola, insisting the player remains their property.
“We would want to use this opportunity to tell the whole world that we only gave Sunday Mba to Rangers for the continental game,” Moses disclosed.
“This clarification became necessary because we have heard in some quarters that the player is being referred to as a Rangers player.
“We have not sold Sunday Mba and the player is available to any club who is interested in his services.”
Wolves have demanded Rangers for the payment of 12 million naira for Mba; however, the last is yet to be heard on Mba’s transfer saga.