Exclusive: Nnamdi Oduamdi Will NOT Extend Varese Stay

Published: April 07, 2014
Exclusive: Nnamdi Oduamdi Will NOT Extend Varese Stay Despite having an outstanding second half of the season for Varese, Nigeria international Nnamdi Oduamadi has said that he will not be extending his contract with the Leopards when it expires.

In the January transfer window, Varese reached an agreement with AC Milan for Oduamadi to play on loan until June 30, 2014.

And he has gone on to flourish playing in his preferred role as a winger, netting  4 goals in 9 Serie B appearances including his 21st minute strike against Juve Stabia on Saturday.

Nnamdi Oduamadi told allnigeriasoccer.com: “I am having a good season here with Varese because I am working hard. But I am not extending my stay as I plan to go back to AC Milan.”

Referee Abbattista awarded two spot kicks against Varese which were converted by Juve Stabia defender Luigi Vitale in the latest round of matches.

“Yes, he controlled the game but the first penalty decision against us was harsh. That was not a penalty,” Nnamdi Oduamadi said.

23 - year - old Nnamdi Oduamadi previously had loan spells with Brescia and Torino.

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