It could be index/jammed. If you can simultaneously rotate each front wheel in opposite directions / push in clutch / turn over engine......not necessarily in that order. The point is that by trying use motion to "unlock" the jam. It could be several things that are binding up the gearbox. Think of it like you park on a hill, and put an automatic into park without the parking brake on. It takes some force to get the selector to release. Hope that is all it is.
Or lift one side or the other. Push in the clutch and have someone rotate the wheel. Go to the opposite side and repeat. Pull the plugs and turn over the engine pushing the clutch in and out with one wheel off the ground.
Hmmmmm..... parking brake not coming loose?
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