Enugu Rangers have declared that they are yet to pay Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) rivals, Warri Wolves for the transfer of Chigozie Agbim (pictured).
Rangers had been handed a deadline of May 15 to cough out N8 million (around $51,000) for the Super Eagles goalkeeper but failed to meet the terms.
On Tuesday, Wolves issued a statement that they will give the Flying Antelopes another two weeks to pay up the transfer fee or pull the plug on the agreement over the goalkeeper.
Enugu Rangers general manager, Ozor Chibuzor, has admitted that they are yet to meet the terms of the agreement financially.
He said the Flying Antelopes are expecting fund from their financier, the Enugu State government, before they can settle the financial part of the transfer.
"No we have not paid up and not because we don't want to pay for the player. We are waiting for fund from the government and when we get that we will settle the matter," said Chibuzor.
Warri Wolves through their secretary, Lawrence Omowho, have written to Rangers to pay for Agbim's transfer.
However, Wolves also stated that no transfer fee has been agreed upon with any club on Nigeria attacking midfielder, Sunday Mba.
“We want to clarify the issue of Sunday Mba and make it clear that we have not agreed on any fee with any club. Albeit to say that we are waiting for the right offer and as soon as anything concrete comes, we will inform the public accordingly,” a statement from the Warri club read.