The Nigerian defender just arrived at Udinese in the summer, but he could be on his way out this winter
Italian Serie A side are weighing up a move for Super Eagles defender Kingsley Ehizibue in the winter transfer window.
Ehizibue left German Bundesliga club FC Koln for Udinese in the last summer transfer window. Since then, he has made twelve appearances for the club in all competitions.
However, his time at Udinese may end very soon, as Salerno today reports that the 27-year-old right-back is a strong target for Salernitana.
The Garnets currently sit 12th on the Serie A table, an improvement on the placement at the same time last season.
They are looking to add quality to the side, and they have already signed Mexican goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa.
Ehizibue would also be a good addition to the team, as he would provide some steel to the Salernitana defence that has conceded 24 goals this season.
The former PEC Zwolle man was born in Germany to Nigerian parents, but he moved to Netherlands when he was two. Ehizibue featured for the Dutch youth sides, but he has switched allegiance to Nigeria.