West Bromwich Albion striker, Peter Odemwingie will leave the Barclays English Premier League club this summer provided his valuation is met.
The attacker courted controversy for most of the 2012/13 season; the most high profile being his failed attempt to force a move to now-relegated Queens Park Rangers.
The Baggies have now restated their desire to offload the striker with his prospective employers expected to fork out £3 million for his services.
Confirming this, WBA Manager, Steve Clarke also revealed that as many as five other players will be following the 31-year-old Nigerian out of the exit door.
“Peter can leave but for nothing less than £3 million,” Clarke told the Daily Mirror.
Odemwingie has scored 30 goals in 87 appearances for WBA since joining from Locomotiv Moscow in 2010.