- Ogenyi Onazi admits he has offers from different Chinese clubs
- The Nigerian midfielder plays a key role for Trabzonspor in Turkey
- Onazi could join Ighalo, Ideye, Mikel Obi in leaving Europe for China
Super Eagles midfielder Ogenyi Onazi has revealed he has received offers to move to China.
Onazi who plays for Turkish club Trabzonspor says he is yet to take a decision.
The midfielder could join Eagles skipper Mikel Obi as well as fellow internationals Odion Ighalo, Brown Ideye and Chinedu Obasi who have all quit Europe for China in the past few months.
Onazi however admits he is tempted by the huge financial offer from China.
“Yes, there are a lot of offers from China for me. The Chinese league is tempting players with a lot of money, but there so many other things to consider,” Onazi told AfricanFootball.com
“But I haven’t decided yet. If I will move, you will soon know.”
Last week, the former Lazio star ruled himself out of a transfer to the Far East, insisting he is still young and has a lot more to accomplish in Europe before he goes for the big pay day in China.
Onazi is one of Nigeria's most important players and a move to China could scupper preparations for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Cameroon.