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Iheanacho In Legal Battle With US Management Company, Faces 2-Year Jail Term
Leave a comment | | August 2, 2017 6:32 AM

Nigerian International Kelechi Iheanacho could face a 2-year-jail term after allegations were made against in USA, denying his former management company, First Eleven.

Iheanacho, 20, who had a medical done yesterday at Leicester City in a bid to complete a £25m move to Kings Power Stadium could see transfer scuppered if allegations levied against him are to be true.

Iheanacho is facing legal battles with his previous representatives, American-based First Eleven Management, after pulling out of a contract with them two years ago to sign with another management company, Stellar.

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First Eleven Management registered FIFA-licensed agent, Henry Galeano has laid claims that he was Iheanacho’s former agent but the Nigeria has denined he ever knew or spent time with the New Yorker, Galeano.

He was alleged to have claimed he believed Galeano was an alias used by First Eleven Management co-owner Robert Zanicky.

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Iheanacho if found guilty faces a 2-year jail term.

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