Leicester city forward Kelechi Iheanacho Denied Entry Into poland as the nigerian International will be forced to miss his side’s Europa League clash against Legia Warsaw on Thursday after being stopped at the Polish border.
The Nigerian international has been denied entry to the country after Polish authorities noticed a discrepancy in the details on his paperwork when compared alongside his passport.
Kelechi Iheanacho Denied Entry Into Poland
Iheanacho was detained at Warsaw’s Chopin Airport as a result and will now play no part in the Foxes’ fixture.
Manager Brendan Rodgers confirmed the news, telling reporters: “We’ve had an issue with Kelechi so his documentation coming into the country wouldn’t suffice
“Unfortunately he’s not available to play which is a shame because he would have played in the game.
“The paperwork didn’t allow him to enter the country, which is unfortunate. We’ll have to look at that when we get back.”
Iheanacho is now set to return to the UK after club officials discussed with the Polish authorities the best way to secure his safe passage back
The wrangle over his documentation is in no way related to Covid.
Rodgers will now have to do without the 24-year-old and it will come as a blow to Iheanacho too, given his only starts so far this season have been in the cup competitions