The Agent of Nigerian midfielder Onazi Ogenyi has told BBC Sport that his client will return to Turkish club, Trabzonspor after the drama over unpaid wages led to the player terminating his contract.
[h/t owngoalnigeria] That the 24-year-old had triggered a contract termination clause after the Super Lig side deferred payment on his salary for two months.
But, Stephen Makinwa disclosed that, “We settled the differences with additional guarantees with regards payment,” per Oluwashina Okeleji [BBC Sport].
“To be clear, we never asked for any financial improvement or whatsoever,” Makinwa said.
“It’s an avoidable and unnecessary problems but both parties have come out with a mutual understanding now.”
“We have an agreement with the club which strictly states that the player has a right to terminate his contract if the club failed to pay him for two months or more,” he explained.
Onazi joined Trabzonspor on a four-year deal from Italian side Lazio last August.
Algeria’s Carl Medjani and Ghana striker Majeed Waris both recently quit the Turkish club following a dispute over unpaid wages.
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