Troubled striker still stuck in the Midlands.
West Bromwich Albion striker Peter Odemwingie is still no clearer about his future after a proposed move to Dubai club Al Nasr fell through, Sky Sports reports.
Al Nasr had asked the Premier League side what they thought to be an acceptable offer after seeing an initial bid of £850,000 for the Soviet born Nigerian international turned down.
However, they have since not heard anything back from Steve Clarke’s men since the Tuesday deadline passed, which will now most likely force them to look elsewhere for a new attacker.
The troublesome striker has just one year remaining on his current deal at the Hawthornes but has so far been told to train with the reserves after Clarke informed him that he is not in his plans for the forthcoming season.
Odemwingie has bagged 31 goals in 90 appearances for the West Midlands club since joining from Lokomotiv Moscow in August 2010.
However, he fell out of favour last season after agitating for a move to QPR that failed to materialise in the January transfer window, leaving him red faced and taking to Twitter to attack the club and its fans. Since then he has been eased back into first team duties but supporters have made it clear that he is no longer wanted.