All-action striker, Aaron Samuel Olanere is set to leave CSKA Moscow for a deal at Molde of Norway, as he seeks a revival of his failing career in the Scandinavia.
The return of Nigerian compatriot, Ahmed Musa to CSKA has further pinned Samuel down the pecking order with The Armymen, hence his decision to look elsewhere for regular playing time.
Consequently, Samuel and CSKA look likely to end their relationship in few days, but his next port of call is with Norwegian side, Molde, who are already pushing to sign him.
Samuel has struggled to find his best form at the Russian side following his move from Chinese side Guangzhou R&F on permanent basis, after initially playing on loan.
Last season he played just seven times in the league as he was battling his way back to fitness after being out for a while, but his lack of game continued this season with just seven league games and one goal to his name in the first stanza.
The 23-year-old Samuel has had spells in Norway before, firstly with Valerenga before crossing to Sarpsborg 08, and Molde who are in need of a striker have made him their prime target.
A deal is reportedly not far off between both parties with CSKA Moscow keen on allowing him leave following the capture of Ahmed Musa on loan from Leicester City, especially after his goal in his first game upon his return to the club where he spent four seasons.