Rangers To Pay Wolves N23m On Mba, Agbim


•Mba: Rangers to compensate Warri Wolves

The sum of N23m is expected from Enugu Rangers if they are to have African Cup of Nations hero, Sunday Mba and captain of home-based Super Eagles, Chigozie Agbim.

The breakdown of the money shows that Rangers are expected to pay the sum of N15m to get Mba within 14 days, while N8m is expected for Agbim.

Media officer of Delta State-based club, Moses Etu Media officer said in a statement Saturday that Wolves will be more thorough in their transactions in the transfer of the two players having learnt from previous mistakes.

•Mba: Rangers to compensate Warri Wolves
•Mba: Rangers to compensate Warri Wolves

“On Sunday Mba, the Management of Warri Wolves has maintained that it will not hold any player from achieving the best in his career and that of Mba cannot be an exemption.

“As a result of that, having listened to the plea of the player and that of many Nigerians, we have come to the conclusion that in order to help him in his career and in the overall interest of this great Country, Rangers will in the next two weeks pay the sum of N15m to the purse of Warri Wolves and in addition, Warri Wolves will be entitled to 60 percent of the total sales of Sunday Mba to any club albeit to show that such negotiation must involve our consultants and must be under the watchful eyes of Nigeria Football Federation, NFF.

“In view of our past experience in the last few months, we have asked our lawyers to prepare the necessary papers and both parties will endorse them with representatives of the NFF in attendance,” the statement from Wolves read.

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On Agbim, the club say the N8m demanded was a far cry from what the club have invested in the Africa Cup of Nations trophy winning goalkeeper.

“After a careful examination of their offer even though we have spent millions of Naira to bring him up to this level, we have agreed that Rangers should pay the sum of N8m for Chigozie Agbim,” Wolves said.

Agbim has been training in Enugu with Rangers in the past months and could be in action in both the league as well on the continent once the price tag on him his met by the Flying Antelopes.

The NFF recently passed a verdict that Wolves are the rightful owners of Chigozie Agbim and Sunday Mba.

Enugu Rangers are yet to respond to the latest demands put before them even though there are unconfirmed reports that the Flying Antelopes are planning to field Mba for this weeknd’s CAF Champions League game.

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