By Johnny Edward:
Super Eagles winger Michael Babatunde has hinted he is in talks with some Major League Soccer teams over a possible move in January.
Babatunde who is now a free agent after terminating his contract with his Ukrainian side Dnipro last month also admitted he is frustrated over his unpaid wages at the club.
"Yes I have offers currently and I'm considering carefully my next move so I don't fall into the same fate I have with my past three teams," the Super Eagles World Cup star told Completesportsnigeria.com.
"There are concrete offers from teams in the USA but I don't want to mention the teams and in Greece as well. But it's early days yet and the window isn't officially open so I'm confident I'll move in a few of days.
"I'm being owed four months and it's been difficult but I just keep on for the love of the game."
Babatunde also predicted that the Home Eagles stand a massive chance of winning the African Nations Cup Championship in Rwanda next month.
"I have some friends in the team and they believe they can win the tournament with the coach( Oliseh) on the bench," he said.