A member of the management team of out of favour Manchester City forward Kelechi Iheanacho has exclusively revealed to Owngoalnigeria.com the issues why West Ham are yet to officially announce the signing of the 20 year old.
Iheanacho has agreed personal terms with the Hammers who have submitted a bid in excess of £20m for his services, which meets Manchester City valuation of the forward.
However, City are keen on inserting a buy back clause in his deal as exclusively reported by this portal last week, but the term of the clause is an issue yet to be trashed out.
City and West Ham are yet to agree on the length of time the buy back option will last, and the fee he will cost if City wants to resign him after a specified period of time.
The bottle necks in his deal is also not helped by the court case between two intermediaries who are all claiming to be his representative. The case is between First Eleven and Stellar group, and it will be heard later in the year.