The Super Eagles midfielder has disclosed that he will finally choose one of the numerous European clubs that are bidding to sign him by the end of the week
About ten European clubs are presently trying to woo the attacking midfielder who shone like a million stars during the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations where he scored the winning goals against Ivory Coast and Burkina Faso in the quarter final and final.
Mba who is holidaying in Jos contrary to media reports (not Goal.com) that he has travelled out of the country spoke through his manager, Chike Onyeacho that he is not moved by the large number of clubs that are itching to have his services because at the end of this week, he will settle for one of them that will meet his demands.
Mba who directed all enquiries about him to the manager is however hopeful that he will sign for a club that will help improve his game.
Chike Onyeacho who spoke to Goal.com confirmed that Mba will make his decision known this weekend.
"I have received more than ten mails from clubs who are eager to have his services. But we have to look at every one of them to weigh the options and see whether they meet up with what we want,” said Onyeacho.
"The offers have come from Turkey, Germany, Russia and England. Right now I cannot tell you that Mba is due to travel to any of the countries, because apart from advising and guiding him, the final decision rests on what he wants.
"But be rest assured that his priority will be to sign for the team that will further help improve his game in all ramifications."Nigerians will have an idea of which club he will play for next week," Onyeacho said.
On the home front, Nigeria Premier League clubs Warri Wolves and Enugu Rangers are fighting a raging battle over the ownership of the player.
Onyeacho would not comment on the controversy.