Enugu Rangers International has stopped the transfer of Chisom Egbuchulam to Tunisian champions Etoile du Sahel, and has  declared him missing despite ongoing negotiations over a possible switch.

Enugu Rangers International has stopped the transfer of Chisom Egbuchulam to Tunisian champions Etoile du Sahel, and has  declared him missing despite ongoing negotiations over a possible switch.

Enugu Rangers International has stopped the transfer of Chisom Egbuchulam to Tunisian champions Etoile du Sahel, and has  declared him missing despite ongoing negotiations over a possible switch.

The reigning Nigerian champions declared their star player, Egbuchulam AWOL, claiming he’d not been given permission to travel to Tunisia for any transfer negotiations.

Director Media and Public Relations of Rangers FC, Foster Chime, Tunisian club Etoile Sportive du Sahel have illegally poached the Rangers FC player, which is in breach of Fifa and Caf statutes. Hear what the statement reads:

“Rangers FC did not give any official permission to Chisom Egbuchulam to travel to Tunisia or approval to leave his primary area of assignment,” the statement read “Rangers FC officially received letter of interest on Chisom Egbuchulam which was replied and communicated to Etoile Sportive du Sahel accordingly.

“The club maintains that Chisom Egbuchulam can only be transferred for a fee of five hundred thousand dollars and still remains bonafide Rangers player till January, 2018. Rangers board also warns other interested clubs including Etoile Sportive du Sahel to steer clear of their player, Chisom Egbuchulam, but should open appropriate official communications channels with Rangers Fc if interested in the player rather than circumventing the extant and stipulated NFF, CAF and FIFA rules to poach our player.

“Rangers Intl FC Enugu have already officially communicated NFF, CAF and FIFA on the stealing/poaching of their player Chisom Egbuchulam by Etoile Sportive du Sahel of Tunisia, and warned that the club is ready to invoke all means at its disposal to protect their player from this unwanton act.”

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