With all three clubs in the market for a striker, the prolific troublemaker is of proven quality and no longer wanted at the Hawthorns.
Peter Odemwingie could finally have his long-sought after move away from West Bromwich Albion.
The Telegraph report that Stoke City and Cardiff City have both bid £2m for the Nigerian international.
Despite an excellent goalscoring record for the Baggies, Odemwingie infamously ruined any chance of a future with the club during the January transfer window of last season. The striker reportedly drove to West London on deadline day without the permission of his club in order to force through a move to Queens Park Rangers.
The move never arose and Odemwingie has not played a game since. Now, both Stoke, Cardiff and Swansea City are prepared to take player off of West Brom’s hands.
Swansea have tabled a bid of £1.8m which was rejected. However, the League Cup winners are thought to be the preferred destination for the player.
Odemwingie was on course to reach double figures for goals scored for the third season in a row at West Brom last season before his exile, comfortably more than any striker currently playing for Stoke.
Cardiff on the other hand are still adjusting to life in the Premier League for the first time, and any signing of such proven quality would be a real coup for them.
Swansea meanwhile would probably be looking to Odemwingie for depth rather than as a starter, as fan favourite Michu and new signing Wilfried Bony are looking like they have found form even at this early stage of the season.