Polish side Legia Warsaw have refused to offer Nigerian defender Taye Taiwo a deal after he failed to impress officials of the club.
Taiwo, who underwent trials at the club, needs to improve his match fitness according to Legia Warsaw’s President, Boguslaw Lenodorski.
Unfortunately, the 29-year-old was blamed for the second goal conceded by Legia Warsaw after he uncharacteristically passed to an opponent while playing as a central defender in Tuesday’s 2-0 loss to Qaraba FK in a friendly.
Meanwhile, Taiwo has since revealed on his Instagram wall that he didn’t sign for the club.
“I didn’t sign with Legia Warsaw,” he revealed.
Taiwo having previously represented Marseille, with whom he won the French Ligue 1 title in 2010, also turned out for AC Milan, Queens Park Rangers and Dynamo Kiev.
Legia are currently atop the Polish league with 38 points in 19 games and take on Jagiellonia Bialystok in their next game.