According to reports in the Greek media, Olympiacos midfielder Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe will ‘almost certainly’ move in the summer.
The Belgian has been linked with a move to Leeds United in the past week, and the Championship side’s interest has been reconfirmed by Sdna.gr.
Sdna claim even though Odjidja-Ofoe has two years left on his Olympiacos contract it’s looking likely he’ll need to find a new club in the next window, with Leeds United in the race to sign the player.
According to the Greek media outlet, Odjidja-Ofoe is currently earning €1.3m a season with Olympiacos (just over £20k a week), which could be an issue going off previous reports on the club’s situation.
Yesterday we covered reports that the Greek giants need to offload players in the summer to balance the books, and also bring in additions. It was also reported Odjidja-Ofoe could be one of the players sacrificed, along with fellow summer signing Bjorn Engels.
It’s looking likely Leeds United would have to offer in the region of €2m to sign the central midfielder after initial claims they could loan the 29 year old.