According to reports in The Sun, former Bolton Wanderers forward Sanmi Odelusi has been told he is free to leave Wigan Athletic, despite only signing for the Latics in July.
Odelusi, only signed a three year deal in July for a fee of £50,000.
Odelusi only made his league debut last weekend, coming on as a substitute in the 83th minute in Wigan's 2-1 win over Fleetwood.
Sanmi Odelusi joined Bolton's academy in 2009 after spells with QPR and Reading. In 2012 he was given a professional contract, and a year later made his debut, coming on a substitute for Darren Pratley in a 3-2 loss for the Whites away to Charlton.
The 2013/2014 season saw Odelusi given his full debut in the League cup against Shrewsbury, where he scored two goals in a 3-1 win. Despite an encouraging performance, Odelusi never really kicked on to become a first team regular. Injuries hampered his progress and meant he was never really given a chance.
His last Bolton Wanderers appearance came in the 1-0 defeat against Cardiff in the FA Cup in January 2014.
Loan spells at MK Dons and Coventry City followed, the latter of which being last season, where he scored three goals in fourteen games.