Super Eagles’ and Crotone of Italy striker, Simy Nwankwo has admitted he will consider the option of quitting the Serie B side next month, depending on the right offers, reports.
The 26-years-old surprised many in the summer by deciding to stay put with the Italian club despite their relegation to the lower division, but he has now said that with the Nations Cup around the corner, he would meet the club’s management to decide his future.
“You know I like to keep things cool, but maybe when the transfer window opens next month we will begin to see a clearer picture. I think it will be better for me to move so I can fight for my Eagles’ chance.
“It’s also important for me at this stage of my career so I’m waiting to see how things work out but for now I just want to keep it cool and stay professional,” Simy said.
When asked whether he will prefer to stay in Italy or move abroad, the former Portimonense forward revealed that although he loves playing in the Serie A but could consider the option of playing in another league if the offer is right.
Despite his fantastic end to the season last time with Crotone, the Nigerian has struggled for game time in the Serie B this season but has still managed to score 3 goals in his 5 starts for the club