Chibuike (far right) with Arokoyo (far left) inTurkey
Wednesday Jun 22, 2016. 18:04
Nigerian forward John Chibuike has told AfricanFootball.com he is close to ending his stay at Gaziantepspor following non-payment of his salary.
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The former Hacken of Sweden forward told AfricanFootball.com that Thursday is the deadline his Turkish team have to pay up or he will walk away from the club a free agent.
"My club are still owning me a lot of money, tomorrow (Thursday) is the last day the Turkish Football Federation gave them to pay me or I cancel my contract,” Chibuike informed AfricanFootball.com
“They haven't paid me salary for six months. And I have a lot of teams who want me this summer."
He added: "I know there are a lot of clubs who want to sign me, I don't know much on that for now but my agent does."
Last season, the former Enugu Rangers star scored five goals in 32 games.
By Olusola Alao