Omar Colley may have played his last game for Italian Serie A side Sampdoria as he nears his exit.
The scorpions’ vice-captain has spent two seasons at Sampdoria after joining from Genk of Belgium.
The 27-year-old is one of the club’s best performers in the just concluded campaign.
The lift-sided defender first turned professional with KuPS of Finland but spent there two terms before moving to Djurgardn of Sweden then Genk respective outfits he spent no more than two seasons as well.
And relying on this logic, reports in Italy suggest, Omar is on his way out of Sampdoria to the English Premier League where interest in him is high.
Newcastle United are one of the clubs keeping tabs on him as well as Burnely who also want to sign the Gambia international for next season.