–CSKA Moscow’s €3m offer rejected
Exclusive By David Meshioye:
Complete sports can exclusively report that a bidding war is already brewing between Chinese top side Guangzhou RF and CSKA Moscow over the future of Super Eagles striker, Aaron Samuel.
Complete Sports decent source revealed that Russia Premier League side, CSKA Moscow had 3m Euros bid for Aaron turned down by Guangzhou RF recently as the Moscow based side aim to beef up their striking force ahead of the new season.
Guangzhou had insisted of 5m Euros for the Nigerian striker, saying that the goal scoring machine won’t be going for cheap with the eager to return to Europe after his successful stint at Valerenga FC of Norway.
“Guangzhou have been proving too stubborn lately on Aaron’s transfer to Europe. There have been lots of offers for the player but the Chinese side is not willing let the player go for peanuts.
CSKA Moscow had tabled 3m euros for Aaron recently but Guangzhou rejected the bid and demanded for 5million instead. That is what is keeping the player at the club. I just hope things get sorted out on time,” revealed our source.
CSKA have another Super Eagles winger, Ahmed Musa on its payroll but The coach Leonid Viktorovich Slutsky side is leaving no stone unturned in its efforts to raise a formidable side that will compete for honour both in the league and Europe where they have made up the numbers in the past.