Nigerian midfielder, Oghenekaro Peter Etebo, wants to leave Stoke City during the January transfer window.
According to completesports.com, the Super Eagles midfielder has been linked with moves to Besiktas in Turkey and Eibar in Spain with or without his agent’s help.
Etebo has not played full time for Stoke since recovering from a thigh injury which he suffered at Sheffield Wednesday on October 22.
Last week he was sent to play an under-23 game at Sunderland on Monday night as manager Michael O’Neill was not impressed by his training.
24 year-old Etebo was signed by the club after the removal of Paul Lambert. He had to win over new manager Gary Rowett before doing the same when Nathan Jones arrived last January.
But it is proving increasingly difficult to impress new manager Michael O’Neill and Stoke City are reportedly trying to sell some players to get enough funds for O’Neill to buy more players.
Etebo’s potential departure from the club is met with mixed feelings from fans after his energetic commitments during his 18 months stay.
Meanwhile, no English club has shown interest in signing the Nigerian international yet.