Omeruo too Expensive for Turkish Club

by on April 1, 2016

Turkish club Kasimpasa will not sign Nigeria defender Kenneth Omeruo on a permanent transfer at the end of this season.
Omeruo has shone in Turkey, featuring in 18 matches and Kasimpasa are eighth on the Turkish Super Lig table.
Kasimpasa have the option to sign him permanently, but the modest Istanbul club does not have the cash for that and would rather want to have him on loan again for another season, according to AfricanFootball.com.
“Kasimpasa don’t have the money to buy Omeruo out rightly at the end of the season. They rather want another loan for the player and it may now mean the player will have to return to Chelsea”.
Omeruo still has two more years on his contract at Premier League champions and if there is no agreement between ‘The Blues’ and Kasimpasa, the 22-year-old central defender will return to Stamford Bridge at season’s end.
He has already been shipped out on loan by Chelsea to Dutch ADO Den Haag and English Championship side Middlesbrough.

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