Lyle Taylor will NOT be returning to play for Charlton in any case, it’s understood.
Studies instructed the striker – out of contract on the finish of June – had made a U-turn and instructed boss Lee Bowyer he was now keen to play out the season.
However talkSPORT’s Jim White has been instructed by sources near the Championship membership that there was no change in Taylor’s stance.
The 30-year-old is considered one of three Charlton gamers refusing to play when soccer resumes subsequent week – together with Chris Solly and David Davis.
The striker, who’s the Addicks’ high scorer this season with 11 objectives in 22 video games, is alleged to be anxious about getting injured and doubtlessly risking a profitable transfer to an even bigger membership in the summertime.
Taylor confronted loads of backlash from followers after supervisor Bowyer revealed on talkSPORT he was one of many three gamers who wouldn’t function.
Charlton are combating for his or her lives within the Championship and are third from backside going into the ultimate 9 video games of the season.
The transfer was a giant blow for the membership and his resolution cut up opinion amongst talkSPORT hosts. Ally McCoist and Simon Jordan have been vital of the striker whereas the likes of Darren Gough and Jason Cundy backed him.
Taylor admitted in a latest interview he had been struggling to sleep and eat correctly since taking the controversial resolution.
The Addicks’ first recreation again is towards fourth from backside Hull Metropolis subsequent Saturday.