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West Brom reject Peter Odemwingie bid

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West Brom has rejected a bid of £850,000 from Dubai club Al Nasr for wantaway striker Peter Odemwingie, according to SkySports.

The forward has been out of favour at West Brom due to his antics in the January transfer window.

Odemwingie has now been training with the reserves following his attempts to force a move to QPR.

Despite what happened during the January transfer window, the Nigerian international made sporadic appearances towards the end of last season but now wants to leave The Hawthorns this summer.

Fulham are reportedly willing to pay £1.5million for the striker, however Steve Clarke stated he would only sell Odemwingie for £4.5million.

If the club cannot come to a deal to sell Odemwingie, he’ll have to wait until January to leave or in June when his contract expires.

Newly-promoted sides Crystal Palace and Cardiff are also said to be in the running for Odemwingie's signature.

 

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