Nigerian striker Brown Ideye has revealed he is set to sign for a club in Europe in January transfer window after leaving Chinese SuperLeague side.
The 2013 African CUP of Nations winning Striker joined Chinese Super League side after a sterling season with Greek side Olympiakos, but the move has failed to yield good fruit as he was forced to go on loan.
“Yea I am considering some offers at the moment but I will love to keep them under wrap at the moment until all is finalized,” Ideye revealed.
“I have been keeping myself fit for this window and hopefully we will reach an agreement in the coming days.”
The former Warri Wolves Striker added he’s interested in playing in Germany before he retired.
“The Bundesliga is one league I will love to play in before I retire. That could happen pretty soon you never know.”
“I have played in five European leagues and the experience I will love to have again.”
Ideye has one year left on his current deal with his Chinese Super League team, Tianjin TEDA who also has Super Eagles captain John Mikel Obi on their payroll.
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