Lazio get new FIFA deadline to pay Ogenyi Onazi

By Daily Sports on December 4, 2016

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World football governing body FIFA have now given Serie A side Lazio till December 9 to pay Nigeria international Ogenyi Onazi his outstanding wages or face their wrath, the player has revealed.

FIFA earlier gave Lazio till November 29 to pay up, but the Serie A team asked the football governing body to send the letter in Italian.

"Lazio have now been given till December 9 by FIFA to respond to my letter asking for my wages,” Onazi disclosed.

"This was because Lazio said they need to translate the letter forwarded to them in English to Italian."

Lazio did not pay the midfielder for the last two months of his contract before he moved to Turkey in the summer.

•Photo shows Ogenyi Onazi

Source Daily Sports

Posted December 4, 2016

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