Representatives of Kelechi Iheanacho’s ex-agent, First Eleven Management were at the court for the hearing of the footballer’s alleged breach of contract.
The controversy surrounding Iheanacho’s change of agent from First Eleven Management to Stellar Group Agency has delayed his transfer to Leicester as he is surplus to requirement in Manchester City.
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He and the Foxes have reached an agreement but the latter was instructed not to announce his signing until a judgement is passed.
Iheanacho, according to report, offered to pay First Eleven 540,000 pounds (N254m) as out-of-court settlement, but the US-based agency are insisting on three million pounds (N1.4 billion) before they could let him be.
The player got into problem with First Eleven after he signed an agreement with Stellar Group despite having an existing one with the former.