Osaze sacks agent

Osaze Odemwingie

The Nigerian striker announced his decision on Friday.

Nigeria and West Bromwich Albion striker, Osaze Odemwingie, sacked his agents on Friday.

The forward disclosed this on his twitter handle on Friday afternoon.

“I have sacked my agents. They are at my gate begging for permission to negotiate a comeback. Told them to seek permission from authorities,” Osaze tweeted.

Agents are usually responsible for negotiating transfer deals for players. Osaze’s planned transfer went awry.

The 31-year-old striker attempted to move to Queens Park Rangers during the January transfer window. A road trip by Osaze to QPR in London on transfer deadline led to a disciplinary action by West Brom.

Odemwingie, who was reportedly fined two weeks’ wages for his transfer deadline saga, travelled with the West Brom squad on Monday as they beat Liverpool in an English Premier League fixture, but watched the game from the stands.


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