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Makinwa rejects pay-as-you-play deal

Makinwa is on a season-long loan deal from Italian club Lazio, but he has not exactly set the Greek league on fire leading to rife speculations over his future.

MTNFootball.com learnt that Makinwa had refused an option to be paid according to his appearances for Larissa.

“The way this works is by the number of minutes you are on the pitch. It’s for the player and club to determine how much he will be paid if he is in action for 20 minutes or 30 minutes,” a top Greek journalist Souskas Lazaros said.

So far, Makinwa has appeared in 10 matches and scored a goal.

A further breakdown of these appearances showed that he started two of those games and came on as a substitute in the other eight matches. He has only started and finished a game.

At the beginning of the season, Larissa were apprehensive about the big striker’s knee and had even contemplated cancelling the transfer.

Makinwa’s situation is expected to be a lot clearer when the winter transfer window re-opens in the New Year.

Out-of-favour Super Eagles striker Ayodele Makinwa has turned down a pay-as-you-play deal at troubled Greek club Iraklis.

Another Nigerian player facing an uncertain future in Greece is Abraham Alechenu.

Left-back Alechenu has been frozen out at Iraklis even after he fully recovered from a horrific ankle injury that he suffered almost on arrival in the summer from Albania.

It could now well be that his three-year contract is cancelled and he will be paid off the remainder of his first year

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