Michael Olaitan whose career was almost cut short by an on field slump is reportedly in talks with Greek side Levadiakos over a move from his parent owners Olympiakos.
Talks with Levadiakos are reportedly at an advanced stage as he currently doesn’t feature in manager Victor Sanchez plans and they are reports he could be allow to leave the club on a permanent transfer for free.
Olaitan hasn’t played for Olympiakos since his unfortunate slump in 2014 in the middle of their derby clash with Panathinaikos and he has since then endured three loan spells in three different countries starting in Greece where he spent the second part of the year 2015 on loan to Ergotelis.
23 year old Olaitan played for two clubs last season in two separate loan spells in the Netherlands and in Belgium respectively making 15 appearances for FC Twente before moving to Kortrijk in January where he made 7 appearances all in his bid to get back to his best after the health scare of 2014.
The former Nigeria U-20 forward is however relaxed over his future as he is taking his time with the offer from Levadiakos before giving his consent to the move and they are reports of interest from other teams.
His current contract with Olympiakos is set to run till the summer of 2017.