Russia-born Super Eagles left-back, Bryan Idowu will now have to move even faster in reaching a decision on his choice among four Moscow-based clubs, as the team he played for last season, Amker Perm have been declared bankrupt.
Idowu and his agent have been dragging feet over their choice among the quartet of Dinamo Moscow, CSKA Moscow, Lokomotiv Moscow and Spartak Moscow for his summer transfer, but their delay tactics have now been pushed to the limit.
This is sequel to reports that Amkar Perm have released all their players including Idowu, after the club were declared insolvent.
The Saint Petersburg-born Idowu will now relying in his recent national team exploits to get him a new club, a he played all three group games for the Super Eagles at Russia 2018.
The 26-year-old Idowu previously featured at another Russian lower division club, Dynamo Saint Petersburg on loan from Amkar Perm, where he has a contract till the summer of 2020.