Sporting Charleroi of Belgium striker, Victor Osimhen has been hit with a daunting task of deciding between sticking out with the club or returning to his parent side, VfL Wolfsburg of Germany.
Osimhen never found his scoring range nor playing time during three years at The Wolves, but footballlive.ng can report that he has now hit top vein of form with Charleroi, which he joined on loan this summer.
However, following his superlative performances in Belgium, which saw him net another brace of goals this past weekend, Wolfsburg have hinted at a move to recall him in January.
Osimhen, who was top scorer at the 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup in Chile, is now turn between accepting to return to The Wolves or urging his agents to roll out a permanent deal for him at Charleroi.
All this is coming after Osimhen fired home two goals within a space of six minutes against Zulte-Waregem, which he had trials with this summer but was turned down on the grounds of poor fitness level.
It would be recalled that Osimhen joined Charleroi on loan from Wolfs till the end of this season, with a proviso to sign him on a permanent transfer for a fee in the region of £900,000.
At that time, Wolfsburg were ready to sell Osimhen, due to his inability to replicate his feats of Chile 2015, where he scored ten goals to help the Golden Eaglets win the Cadet Mundial, and they paid €3m to sign him.
However, Wolfsburg now want him back, due to his recent rain of goals in Belgium, as Osimhen already has four in six league games and one in the Belgian Cup.