According to the Mirror, contract talks for Manchester City youngster Kelechi Iheanacho are at a halt because of conflicting reports on who represents the player.
After an impressive debut season in the Premier League so far, Kelechi is set to be rewarded with an improved deal as he bids to become a mainstay in the City side.
With his stock rising, it would be no surprise to see an increase in the player’s earnings, but contract talks have been put on hold because of a row between agents.
Eleven Management, based in the United States, have been in the 19-year old’s corner since he was a schoolboy and played a pivotal part in his decision to join City.
But now London-based company Stellar Group are claiming to represent the Nigerian, despite claims from Eleven Management that he signed a new representation agreement on his 18th birthday.
After finally securing a work permit following a series of impressive pre-season displays in 2014, Kelechi has moved up the ranks at City to become a valued member of the side.
He has scored a highly commendable five goals in 15 appearances this season – with only four of those coming from the start.