Nigerian striker Osaze Odemwingie could finally be on his way out of West Bromwich Albion.
The 32-year-old, who became the subject of a deadline day transfer saga in January after driving to Loftus Road in an attempt to force through a move to Queens Park Rangers (QPR), has attracted interest from Cardiff City, Stoke City and Swansea.
The Birmingham Mail reports that West Brom have received offers from Stokes and Cardiff said to worth £2 million, with Swansea prepared to pay in the region of £1.8 million.
The Baggies have previously rejected Fulham’s £1.5m offer for the former Lokomotiv Moscow striker but with the summer transfer window due to close by midnight in one week’s time, the club’s management may have to consider one of the tabled offers.
The Hawthorns side has made it clear Odemwingie has no future with them and has played no part for Albions since their return from pre-season, following his well-publicised fall-out last season.
With less than 12 months left in his current contract, Albion might not be willing to let him leave for a cheap price but are likewise aware that his age and his contractual situation will drive his price down.