The Premier league club West Brom have rejected a second offer from the strugglers QPR for the star striker Peter Odemwingie. West Brom are flying high in the table and the striker Peter Odemwingie has been one of the main reasons for their great form this season. The new QPR manager has apparently identified Odemwingie as the man to lead the attack for the Premier league strugglers, who sit bottom of the table. However, West from have rejected an offer for the player according to the technical director of the club, Richard Garlick. Garlick has also stated that the core players of the club are not for sale.

West Brom received an offer of £ 3 million for the striker last week, which was turned down immediately. QPR have been one of the active clubs in the last few transfer windows. They have recently brought in the French striker Remy on huge wages, while they are looking to do the same for Peter Odemwingie as well. The striker has been linked with several clubs over the last few transfer windows, but West Brom have resisted the opportunity to sell him. This has apparently made the striker extremely sad, who made his feelings known via his Twitter account.

“As we have repeatedly stated, we have no need or desire to sell our core players. Since we turned down Peter’s transfer request, he has made his position clear in a statement to the media and via his personal Twitter account. This matter will be dealt with internally,” said the technical director of the club. “At this stage of my career, this opportunity may not come around again. A new challenge, a new opportunity, and a chance to play under the stewardship of one of the most respected managers in the game Harry Redknapp,” said Peter Odemwingie on his Twitter account.