Arsenal Kiev center back Michael Odibe could make a return to the Italian championship, according to highly rated Italian sports daily La Gazzetta dello Sport.
Odibe who was shunned out of Super Eagles list for the 2013 Nations cup in South Africa is said to be interesting Italian outfit, Cagliari in the January transfer market.
The former First Bank of Lagos towering defender spent his first Italian Serie A experience with AC Siena before he moved to Ukraine (Arsenal Kiev) last two season, and a move to Cagliari will be his second spell in Italy.
Arsenal Kiev, reportedly in financial difficulty, might fancy selling Odibe to Cagliari to balance their books and get the needed cash injection.
Apart from Cagliari, it is also understood that top clubs in Ukraine, Russia and France are on the queue for the determined player who still have a dream of playing to the highest stage for Nigeria despite a snubbed from the national team coach, Stephen Keshi.
A top agent based in Russia disclosed authoritatively to 9jasoccerboys that there are two UEFA Europa cup league campaigners weighing up move for the Nigerian defender. One of the club is Locomotive Moscow.
His contract with the Kievites expires at the end of next season. He will cost interested suitors around € 1.5 million in transfer fee.