Hootan Ahmadi has denied reports in the Turkish press that his client demanded an annual wage of €2m before signing for Fernebache
There were reports of the Nigerian International requesting an annual wage of €2m euros before agreeing to put pen to paper for Turkish league 1 side Fernabache.
With just one month left on his contract at Aris Thessaloniki, the striker has been linked with a number of the Turkish elite teams including Besiktas and Malatyaspor.
Ahmadi has revealed that the future of the 31-year-old is unpredictable amid the coronavirus pandemic, but hopes all is sorted out in no time.
“It simply came to our notice then. Nobody knows what will happen to the Championships and the teams have just started training,” said Ahmadi to gazzetta.gr.
“We will have developments after at least a month, maybe two. At the moment, the teams are not moving much, they are evaluating their financial situation, so we are all concentrating on football but also on staying healthy. “
Brown Ideye joined Aris Thessaloniki in July, on a one-year contract, for an annual fee of €500,000 and has scored 9 goals in 26 appearances for the Greek Club.
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