FC Porto of Portugal midfielder, Mikel Ndubuisi Agu may become the latest Nigerian to play for Olympiakos of Greece, following reports that the club Emmanuel Emenike last played for want to sign his compatriot.
Agu has already been declared surplus to requirements by Porto, who are asking for a fee of €4.5m in order to let the player go, and Olympiakos have now thrown their hat in.
This adds to interest for Agu from the French duo of Olympique Marseille of Girondins-Bordeaux, who were both linked with summer deals for the midfielder last weekend.
However, to Bordeaux look unlikely to hook Agu, after they signed his compatriot, Samuel Kalu from KAA Gent of Belgium and sealed a deal with Hadjuk Split for Toma Basic.
Consequently, Agu will weigh his options between Marseille and Olympiakos, but his next move looks more likely to Greece, to join the club that once had Emenike, James Obiorah and Haruna Babangida (Daddy) on their cards.