Leganes of Spain defender, Kenneth Omeruo might be in for a deal that will see him stick with the Liga side in a permanent contract woth €5m.
Footballlive.ng gathered that this is sequel to the readiness of his parent club, Chelsea to seal a full transfer for Omeruo with Leganse.
Omeruo, who signed his first contract at Chelsea in 2012, but has been loaned out severally since then, is again marking time at Leganes from Stamford Bridge, but he looks set to finally get a full contract next year.
Information out of The Land of The Armada reveals further that Chelsea are willing to sell Omeruo to Leganes for €5m, but with a proviso that they would be granted 20% of his next transfer fee to any other club.
The 25-year-old Omeruo, who has previously starred for Standard Liege of Belgium, ADO Den Haag of Holland, Middlesbrough of England as well as Konyaspor and Kasimpasa of Turkey, has made four straight starts for Leganes, but the midstream Madrid-based side are battling relegation.