Former Super Eagles forward Nnamdi Oduamadi has been officially added to AC Milan revised squad for the second half of the Serie A season by coach Vicenzo Montella.
Few days ago, he resumed training with the team but while Sunday’s league game against Cagliari might come a bit too soon, he is lined up to play against Torino in the Coppa Italia on Thursday.
His first and only appearance for the team came in 2010, when he lasted just five minutes on his debut, before heading out on seven consecutive loan spells.
26 year old Oduamadi is in the final six months of his contract at Milan, a situation which negates all talks about another loan spell away from the team, as per FIFA rules players in the final six months of their deal can’t go on loan.
Oduamadi returned back to the team after a six months loan spell at Finnish side HJK Helsinki, where his performances earned him a recall to the Milan giants.