Former Manchester City striker Roque Santa Cruz is reportedly eyeing a move away from Spanish side Malaga in January. The Paraguayan has been in link with several clubs, according to El Desmarque.
Owner Sheikh Abdullah Al-Thani who was looking to sell the club are now planning to sell the striker to help his side financially.
The La Liga outfit has told Santa Cruz to look for a club in January. Spanish side have not been up to the mark this season they have earned 27 points from 15 games. They are on seventh spot in the League.
Malaga director Mario Husillos revealed that he has received offers for only two of his player including Roque Santa Cruz while the other was Ezequiel Rescaldani.
The 33-year-old moved to Malaga from Real Betis in 2013. He has scored 17 goals in 70 games for the La Liga side since his move.
Santa Cruz who has a contract until 2016 summer has played for Bayern Munich, Blackburn Rovers, and Manchester City. He has also made more than 100 caps for his country.
While Ezequiel Rescaldani who has made only six appearances for Malaga is also likely to leave the Spanish side in the winter transfer window. The 22-year-old joined Malaga in summer.
Columnist: Shah Arsalan