Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk Nigerian midfielder, Michael Babatunde has officially terminated his contract with the Ukrainian club 366football.com has reliably gathered .
It is understood that the Nigeria international is been owed four months salary by the last season’s Europa League runner-up, prompting the Nigeria international to quit the club.
“Michael was owed four months salaries,” a close source revealed exclusively to 366football.com.
“Since he began playing football in Ukraine with Kryvbas, Volyn and Dnipro, he has been owed a total of 12 months salary which is very discouraging for a plyer who is highly-rated,”
“He already has offers from Portugal, Greece and Turkey, but that will be decided before the transfer window closes next month.
Meanwhile, UEFA has revealed that Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk face being banned from playing in Europe unless $1.9 million in overdue payments are settled by next month.
The Ukrainian club owes 840,000 euros ($910,000) to other clubs and 902,000 euros ($980,000) to staff.
Dnipro has until Jan. 31 to make the payments or UEFA will ban the club from the next European competition it qualify for in the next three seasons.
Dnipro, which was eliminated from this season’s Europa League in the group stage, has to pay a fine of 100,000 euros according to the report in UEFA.com.