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Following the January debacle which saw Peter Odemwingie drive to Loftus Road thinking that he had earned a move to QPR, the Nigerian international may not remain on West Brom’s books for much longer.
As The Guardian reported at the time, Baggies boss, Steve Clarke, described the decision as “total lunacy” on the player’s behalf, and his time at the Hawthorns may be up with just a year left on his contract.
However, The Mirror have said that Cardiff City face competition in their hunt for the 31-year-old as fellow promoted pair, Hull City and Crystal Palace, raise interest in the striker.
As if that wasn’t enough, Swansea City, set for their first Europa League campaign, are also looking into Odemwingie’s signature.
The report says that the striker would be available for a fee of just £3 million, but considering he’s turning 32 just next month, is this the right way forward for the club?