Moses Ogbu is one of the leading scorers in Sweden this season, but his agent has announced the experienced striker will not extend his contract with Mjallby AIF when it runs out at the end of the season.
The 29-year-old striker’s agent Gustaf Grauers has told fotbolldirekt.se Ogbu will not extend at Mjällby.
“Yes, I have called and talked to Hasse Larsson (Mjällby’s sports director) about it. I said that Moses will in all probability go abroad next year,” he disclosed.
“And I also took the opportunity to thank Hasse and “Mackan” (Marcus Lantz) for giving Moses the chance to show how good he can be.”
However, the agent said the player’s destination is not yet clear.
“It’s too early to say. I talk to clubs both from the east and from the west,” he said.
“We are having talks quite open now, as we are only in the first part of November.
“It is currently impossible to answer where he will end up.”
Ogbu, who last year played in England, has thus far scored 12 goals in the league this season, just a goal shy of the joint top scorers.
His club are seventh on the table with 38 points from 27 matches.