Bundelsiga outfit Bayern Leverkusen and Dinamo Zagreb top the list of sixteen teams chasing the signature of Super Eagles latest sensation Sunday Mba according to the Executive Chairman of Delta State Sports Commission, Amaju Pinnick.
Pinnick told a Lagos based radio station on Thursday the list of suitors for the two-goal AFCON hero was growing by the day and his parent club Warri Wolves will weigh all the offers coming their way before a decision is finally taken, reports futaa.com.
“Bayern Leverkusen and Dinamo Zagreb are top on the list but we have received as much as 16 concrete offers for Mba,” the Delta State sports boss revealed.
On Sunday in Johannesburg, the 24-year-old Warri Wolves forward scored the goal that ended Nigeria’s 19-year wait for a continental glory as they won their third Nations Cup trophy at the expense of Burkina Faso.
In 2008, Mba was close to teaming up with Spanish lower league side Elche, but the deal collapsed after his local club then, Enugu Rangers, demanded too much money.
The window in Western Europe is shut, but there are still opportunities in places like Ukraine and Russia.