Blackburn Rovers striker Nikola Kalinic is yet to complete his move to Dnipro.
The Mirror says Kalinic's £6million move to Ukrainian side Dnipro is on hold - because of a dispute over a sell-on clause.
The Croatian hitman has been waiting to join Dnipro for a week after a fee was agreed, but his former club Hajduk Split are now claiming a slice of the money.
Hajduk think they should get 15 per cent of the £6m - whether there is a profit or not - and now Rovers and Dnipro are checking over the small print of the deal before finalising.
Rovers want their £6m back and with Dnipro not planning to offer more for Kalinic, the transfer is now in the hands of the lawyers and interpreters.