West Brom player still has a future
He even resorted to driving down to Loftus Road from the Midlands in order to broker a deal, despite no fee being agreed between the two clubs and receiving no permission from the Baggies to travel to London.
As such, QPR refused the 31-year-old entry to the club and he remains at the Hawthorns where he has become a hate figure.
The newspaper even reports that the striker has declared he will leave the club at the end of the season.
However, Odemwingie’s manager Steve Clarke has suggested that he may have a future beyond this season and will have no trouble in keeping him at West Brom.
Clarke told the newspaper: “Yes, he’s got a future beyond the summer. Things happen – then life moves on.
“That’s the way of the world. It happens in life and it happens in sport. I have a good relationship with him.”
Since moving to the Premier League in 2010 from Lokomotiv Moscow, Odemwingie has been one of the Baggies’ most important performers and has 30 goals in 80 appearances for the club.
Despite being capped 55 times for his country, the player did not appear at this year’s African Cup of Nations where Nigeria emerged victorious.