25 year old Nigeria forward Macauley Chrisantus who is almost certain to leave Greek side AEK Athens is no short of suitors.
The Korea 2007 golden boot and silver ball winner has been frozen out of the first team at the Greek side after a reported bust up with the team football director Branko Milovanovic.
However it appears his next move might see him return back to Spain where he had a three year stint with Las Palmas in the second division and might even return to Las Palmas who are now in the La-Liga.
Also in Spain Elche are reportedly weighing up a move for him before the end of the winter transfer window but an unnamed team from the MLS and a Middle East team.
The link to the MLS side was reportedly drummed up by AEK while the interest from the Middle East have been on all summer and the club will be willing to cash in on him.
He joined the team a year ago after an unhappy time at Turkish side Sivasspor and helped them gained promotion to the top division but this season he has found games and goals hard to come by with just one goal from the 8 games he has played.