CELTIC defender Efe Ambrose is waiting until after this summer’s Olympics before making a decision on his future.
The Nigerian international still has a year to go on his current contract, but could find himself as surplus to requirements with Brendan Rodgers taking over as boss.
Turkish giants Fenerbahce have already been linked with the unpredictable player who was brought to the club by Neil Lennon from Israeli side Ashdod in a £1million deal in 2012.
Ambrose, 27, now has his sights set on consistent showings in Brazil with his country and believes good performances will attract potential buyers.
Nigeria’s three opening group game at the Olympics come at the beginning of August when the Hoops’ season has already kicked off.Ambrose won the African Cup of Nations with Nigeria and it is his national team that he has repeatedly given precedence to throughout his career.
Rodgers is keen to deal in out-of-contract Charlie Mulgrew and will also be hoping Croatian centre-back Jozo Simunovic and Dedryck Boyata are completely free of injuries as he prepares for the Champions League qualifiers in July.
Both were brought to the club last season by Ronny Deila from Dinamo Zagreb and Manchester City respectively, but had disappointing starts to their careers at Parkhead.
Ambrose has dropped down the pecking order and it looks likely he could be one of the players on the move as the new manager trims the squad.