FIFA order Lazio to pay midfielder

The midfielder is being owed some outstanding wages which he reported to FIFA in October.

Ogenyi Onazi and Odion Ighalo

Onazi spent five seasons at the Serie A side before his summer move to Turkish top division club, Trabzonspor.

The midfielder is being owed some outstanding wages which he reported to FIFA in October.

The world football governing body have now ordered the Serie A club to pay the midfielder on or before Tuesday, November 29.

“FIFA have given Lazio till November 29 to pay Onazi or face their wrath. He is being owed two months’ salary,” a source is quoted by African Football.

Onazi played 90 minutes as Super Eagles beat Algeria 3-1 in the matchday two of the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.

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