Ogbeche fancies Lille move
By Patrick Haond. Last Updated: January 1, 1970 1:00am
Bartholomew Ogbeche is anxious to leave Paris Saint Germain during the transfer window and is hoping Lille firm up their interest.
The Nigeria international has been a forlorn figure at Parc des Princes this season as he has made just five appearances in Ligue 1, with four of those as a substitute.
After spending the second half of last season on loan at Bastia, Ogbeche was told by coach Vahid Halilhodzic that he was not part of his plans for this term.
But Ogbeche was unable to clinch a summer exit from the capital and is now keeping his fingers crossed he will secure a move before the end of the month.
Lille, who are chasing a UEFA Champions League spot, have expressed an interest and the 20-year-old is keen to see what the Northern French side have to offer.
"I want to leave PSG before January 31," Ogbeche told France Football. "I am disgusted, I am fed up.
"What I am experiencing is incredible. I don't know why Halilhodzic doesn't play me.
"I love PSG. I came here as a 15-year-old. I owe everything to Paris but I am being chased away from PSG.
"They have asked my agent to find a club. They will be happy if I leave. I hope Paris will make my departure easy and won't ask for too much money.
"I heard Lille have asked for information. I am happy, it is a good club."