Nigerian striker, Razaq Adegbite, has admitted to SavidNews Nigeria on facing difficulties in securing his clearance despite insists he is still part of the Turkish second division side Kahramanmaraspor new season programme.
Adegbite has since been much involved in the newly-promoted side pre-season activities alongside fellow Rangers defender Chibuzor Madu after been offered a two-year deal.
The Former Enyimba and Enugu Rangers rubbished claims in the media over his purported next-week drop from his Turkish club noting that talks are still ongoing to resolved the clearance stalemate despite stating its poor financial strength.
According to Razaq Adegbite,”There is issue with clearance and the current situation is due to the poor financial capacity of the club but still very much involved with the team in training ahead of the new season.
“I don’t know where they got such report from – they’ve not agreed clearance terms doesn’t mean I’ve been dropped.”
“I’m on good talking path with the coach and the club said they will work-out alternatives to ensure the clearance problem is resolved – but it doesn’t work i might look elsewhere,” Razaq explained.
SavidNews recall that earlier today news had it that Razaq Adegbite has been dropped by and expected back to Nigeria next week.
SavidNews also gathered that the Turkish second tier club ahead of the new season has exempted Razaq Adegbite due to clearance issues while playing-mate Chinedu Madu have been registered and enlisted.
With the striker, who has also featured for Enyimba, may now end up playing for an Egyptian side.
Enyimba FC are reportedly asking for a basic cheque of $80,000 as consideration fee to allow the forward start the new season but situation report yet have it at deadlock as the Turkish side are yet to meet demands.