No Arabian nights for Baggies striker.
West Bromwich Albion striker Peter Odemwingie has seen his move to Dubai club Al Nasr fall through, Sky Sports reports.
The Dubai side have pulled out of the potential deal because they have become increasingly frustrated with the Premier League club’s consistent reluctance to meet with them, despite submitting two formal bids for the striker.
The latest deal put on the table could have seen the cash value rise to over £1.5 million, but they have now rescinded the offer and ended their interest in the Nigerian international striker.
That news leaves the player in a state of limbo after his public flirtation with QPR on the final day of the January transfer window and subsequent outburst after failing to secure a move to Loftus Road saw him become public enemy number one at the Hawthrones for the remainder of the season.
He is still training with the reserves after being told by manager Steve Clarke that he is no longer a part of his plans and has seen competition for a starting spot increase significantly after the recent acquisitions of Nicolas Anelka and Matej Vydra have seen him slip further down the pecking order.