Turkish league side Istanbul Buyuksehir, three Bundesliga sides and one Chinese Super League side have all shown interest in pricing away in-form Nigerian midfielder John Ogu from Isreali club, Hapoel Be’er Sheva, according to Complete Sports.
Istanbul Buyuksehir are currently second on the Turkish Super League table only two points behind league leaders Besiktas, with four games remaining to be played.
“There’s a possibility Ogu moves this summer but I’m sure that Hapoel Be’er Sheva will want to offer him a better deal to stay so that they can compete well next season,” a source close to John Ogu revealed to Complete Sports.
The Nigerian international scored once in 31 appearances for the Camels who beat Maccabi Tel Aviv to the title for a second year in a row posting a very impressive showing this season.
The 29-year-old played for Almeria, Drava Ptuj, U.D. Leiria and Académica in the past, and has been invited by coach Gernot Rohr for the Corsica friendly next month.