Last Updated: Tue, 23 Jul 2013 15:57
Dubai-based side Al Nasr have issued West Bromwich Albion with an ultimatum over the transfer of Peter Odemwingie.
Al Nasr, who had a bid of £850,000 for Odemwingie rejected last week, are understood to have now given Baggies officials until the end of the Tuesday to name their price for the player.
WBA are holding out for a bid of £2m for the Nigeria international, who they signed from Russian Premier League side Lokomotiv Moscow in a £2.5m deal in August 2010.
Crystal Palace are claimed to be showing an interest in the forward while reports in the Middle East say Sunderland and Fulham are also in the mix for a deal.
The Nigerian was disciplined by Albion for trying to force a move to QPR in the 2013 January transfer window after falling out with club officials.
Odemwingie has only made seven appearances for the Baggies since then, all of which came from the substitutes' bench.
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