SK Brann Agree To Sell KIM OJO To Racing Genk
Published: November 22, 2012
SK Brann Agree To Sell KIM OJO To Racing GenkNorwegian club SK Brann have agreed a transfer fee with Racing Genk for the Nigerian forward Kim Ojo, writes Aftenposten.no.

Ojo, who runs out of contract at the end of the 2013 season, has refused to put pen- to - paper on a new deal. It is logical that the club will sell him in the winter transfer market to recoup some of the investments on the striker.

The snag is that while both clubs have mutually agreed on the player's valuation, Ojo has refused to join Genk, who have on their payroll Olympic National Team invitee Kennedy Nwanganga.

When quizzed on his future destination, Ojo, a former client of respected Norwegian agent Atta Aneke, was very secretive.

He told the newspaper: ''I will not say much about this because I'm under contract with Brann, a contract I respect.  What I heard was that there is a club from Belgium.''

Brann had rejected a one - million euros bid from Bundesliga outfit Greuther Fürth this past summer transfer market for Kim Ojo.

Photo Credit: SK Brann
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