Tosin Kehinde May Miss Another Transfer, After Losing Copenhagen Deal


Randers of Denmark youngster, Tosin Kehinde is likely to miss yet another transfer opportunity, so soon after he lost a 1.5m euros offer from Danish Superliga giants, FC Copenhagen.

Megasportsarena.com reports that this is sequel to a decision by the top brass at Randers to keep a strong hold on the former Manchester United winger.

Consequently, Randers snubbed a strong offer from the 13-time Danish champions, who put forward a formal bid to sign the former Nigerian under-23 national team, Olympic Eagles, invitee.

The offer was rejected by Randers, at a point Copenhagen were in the market for a winger in the January transfer window and Kehinde had been on their wish list before they eventually signed Paul Mukairu from Antalyaspor of Turkey.

Former Golden Eaglets’ ace, Akinkunmi Amoo was another winger of interest to Copenhagen but their bid of three million euros was rejected by Swedish club, Hammarby.

Another offer has been blocked for Kehinde, who will enter the last 12 months of his contract with Randers in July.

Randers would only be willing to cash in on the 23-year-old in the event one of his suitors offer in the region of 2.5 million euros for his transfer.

That marks another downslide for the Lagos-born winger, who has so far this season directly contributed to eight goals in 26 appearances across all competitions.

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