Nigerian forward Peter Osaze Odemwingie has turned down a pay as you earn contract offer from newly promoted English Premier League side Hull City, Owngoalnigeria.com understands.
Odemwingie had a one week trial with the team, playing in two pre season games but doubts over his fitness made the Tigers to offer him a deal based on a salary base of how often he gets to play.
Expectedly, the former West Brom, Cardiff City and Stoke City forward turned down the offer, and has left the training camp of the team since on Friday, when he turned down their contract proposal.
The 35 year old suffered a serious injury to his kneel ligament towards the end of the 2014/2015 season, which ruled him out of Stoke City’s remaining games of that season and has since not remain the same.
In his bid to work his fitness up, he spent the second half of last season on loan to Bristol City, where he scored twice from 7 games but wasn’t offered a new contract by his parent owners Stoke City, upon the expiration of his deal few months ago.
Since moving to England in 2010, he has scored a total of 55 goals during spells with West Bromwich Albion,Cardiff City,Stoke City and Bristol City.