CHAN MVP Ejike Uzoenyi has demanded for a free transfer from Enugu Rangers to join South African club Mamelodi Sundowns. Uzoenyi, who shone at the 2014 CHAN to be named the tournament’s best player, has stayed back in South Africa and he is presently in talks with several clubs including Sundowns and Orlando Pirates.
MTNFootball.com has reliably been informed that Uzoenyi has demanded he be set free with a top management staff supporting this move.
The fleet-footed left winger has through his lawyers written to Rangers for his release as a free player from the ‘Flying Antelopes’ fold in the third week of January.
But pressures from some quarters did not make this achievable which has now forced the player to write a second letter to the management of the club for his release on the condition that Rangers keep 20 percent of his last season’ sign-on fees and issue him with an I.T.C for him to proceed to Sundowns as a free agent.
Uzoenyi joined Rangers from Enyimba in the 2009/2010 season in exchange for Bishop Onyeudo and has risen steadily to be the highest paid player of ‘The Flying Antelopes’.