According to Polish media ‘Przlegad Sportowy’ the transfer saga involving Henrik Ojamaa and Legia Warsaw is not over.
Despite the Estonian international being included in the UEFA list for the game against Celtic FC tomorrow night, the Polish media is still speculating on the possibility that the Estonian striker might change club before the end of the transfer window (31st of August).
According to ‘PS’, it was Ojamaa himself to turn down the offers from Israel (as confirmed by his own agent via Twitter) and Denmark.
Henrik’s previous club, Motherwell, showed further interest. Stuart McCall, however, seemed like not willing to pay the transfer fee and was just looking for a loan from Legia. According to ‘PS’, representatives of the two clubs met recently and disagreed on terms leading to Ojamaa keeping training with Legia.
According to the Polish media, Ojamaa cannot feed hopes to play in Legia’s XI anymore and the club’s president, Boguslaw Lesnodorski, is hoping to sell both him and Georgian Dvalishvili, before the closure of the summer transfer window.