The elite division side have expressed unhappiness over the report making the rounds that the striker ha been soldWarri Wolves have denied selling most sought after Super Eagles' player, Sunday Mba to any club and are still inviting clubs especially those outside the country to come for negotiations.
The Warri based club recently freed Mba to play for Enugu Rangers in the Caf Champions League and it is believed in many quarters that the player will now play for the Flying Antelopes as soon as transfer formalities are settled.
But Warri Wolves' media officer, Moses Etu in a press statement signed by him said the club only released Mba to play for Rangers on the continent for national interest's sake but that they have not even opened any negotiation with any club including Rangers for Mba.
"We also want to use this opportunity to tell the whole world that we only gave Sunday Mba to Rangers for the continental assignment and are seriously waiting for a good offer from any interested club for the player who scored the goal that won Nigeria the Nations Cup.
"This clarification is necessary as a result of stories making the rounds that we have sold him to Rangers.
“ We want to clarify the issue of Sunday Mba and make it clear that we have not agreed on any fee with any club, albeit to say that we are waiting for the right offer and as soon as anything concrete comes, we will inform the public accordingly,”a very blunt Etu explained.