Wolves media office Moses Etu claimed that comments attributed to Rangers that the transfer request is being studied is false.
“Ordinarily, we would not have bothered about the news but the fact that the Management of Rangers specializes in selling lies to the public and gradually, we are getting used to their antics which has become their trademark is something which should be well noted by the general public,” Etu said in a release.
“We want to state unequivocally that at no time did we offer any amount to Rangers for our player, Sunday Mba. Thus, we were once again shocked to read on the pages of newspapers that we have indeed agreed on a particular amount for the said player.
“It should be noted that we have not received any letter as per the decision reached by the Committee set up by the Nigerian Football Federation and as a professional Club and in view of what has happened in this case, we cannot act based on newspaper reports.
“It is therefore pertinent to let the public know that until we receive such letter, our hands are tied. We however assure the public that as soon as we lay our hands on such document, the Management will sit down to evaluate it and communicate to the appropriate quarter and until that is done; we shall refrain from making any further statement on the matter.
“Therefore, the insinuation attributed to the Media Officer of Rangers International is incorrect and should therefore be entirely disregarded by the public,” concluded Etu.