Championship side Bolton Wanderers have been forced to turn down an offer from former Super Eagles striker Shola Ameobi to play for free for the rest of the season, The Bolton News has reported.
A transfer embargo was put on the club in late December which prevents any contracts being registered with the Football League, and Neil Lennon had hoped to speak with the former Newcastle United striker about a new deal.
The sanction was taken because Wanderers were unable to give financial forecasts to satisfy Financial Fair Play regulations – but unlike those at Nottingham Forest and Fulham, they apply to all incoming transfers.
The only way a deal would be possible is by making a special request to the Football League – but that would only be likely if Wanderers suffered a major injury crisis which left them unable to select a match-day squad of 17 players with senior appearances.
Wanderers may be able to apply to have the transfer ban lifted once they satisfy the outstanding £2.2million tax bill owed to HMRC, with a High Court hearing scheduled on February 22.
Ameobi’s contract expired last Saturday and the 33-yearzold capped his final day at the club with a well taken goal in Saturday’s 3-1 win over MK Dons.4years ago My wife left me,because i was too WEAK in bed,but today she calls me Bed Champion.Now i finally discovered a Natural Solution that forces women to ask for more. " - CLICK HERE To See My Breakthrough. Men, eat this fruit & you will get a bigger penis size. How I Permanently Cured My Premature Ejaculation And Low Sperm Count Problem Without Any Side Effects Within 72hrs.And Confidently Last Over 35 Minutes Per Round In Bed.