The agent of Alex Nimely has accused Port Vale of breaking promises and suggested that the striker would be keen to rejoin former club Coventry City.
Nimely has appeared just once for Vale since joining on a free transfer in November. Since then the striker has been disciplined twice for failing to turn up for training.
However, Nimely’s father David Tchuimeni told the Coventry Telegraph that the Valiants refused to play him and reneged on a number of agreements when he signed, including providing accommodation for him and his girlfriend and travelling expenses.
Tchuimeni also told the newspaper that Nimely would play for Coventry for free. He commented: “Alex would be very happy to come back to Coventry. I have been in touch with the club because I feel Alex is the man who could turn things around for Tony Mowbray who he knows very well. “He doesn’t want money.”