Kano Pillars striker Mohammed Gambo is wanted by clubs from Saudi Arabia and Tunisia and will today sit with the management of his club to choose which of the two teams he will play for.
Saudi Arabian side Alqurobah FC made enquiries about the 25-year-old striker and have also tendered a formal bid to have the player move to the Gulf.
Club Africaine in Tunisia also want the services of the player who is presently in camp with the home-based Super Eagles.
Officials of Kano Pillars told Goal that they have consulted with a recognised FIFA licensed agent to look at the club that will be best suited for Gambo.
"We are going to sit down and look at the best options for him from the two clubs. This should be his first professional club abroad and we don't want him to miss it in anyway.
"From what we are seeing, the two clubs are serious about signing him for the coming season.
"So we are going to discuss with an expert to find out which club will be best for him. He is a good player and he deserves the best".
"Since the Super Eagles have played the first leg of CHAN qualifiers against Ivory Coast, we will have a chat with Gambo about the options open for him.
"The meeting will take place today since there is a break for the team and Gambo is in Kano presently," the official said.
Gambo was part of the Super Eagles to the Confederations Cup where the team lost in the group stage.