Oruma still to make decision
By Patrick Haond. Last Updated: January 1, 1970 1:00am
Sochaux midfielder Wilson Oruma admits he is still musing over the biggest decision of his career.
Oruma is out of contract at the end of the season and he has been offered a three-year deal to stay with Sochaux.
The Nigerian has been with Sochaux since 2002 and is grateful to the club for handing him the chance to play in a major league again.
But Monaco, Paris Saint Germain and Toulouse are willing to tempt Oruma away from Sochaux, and the 28-year-old is uncertain whether to stay or leave.
"It is frightening!" Oruma told L'Equipe. "Not in considering the possible new challenge but with the idea I will be out of contract.
"People will probably not understand so easily. Moreover, I know my next contract will probably be the most important of my career so I have to think a lot.
"It is true I would have to set out my future a little early but I can't force things.
"I remain concentrated on finishing the season well at Sochaux. I want to show I remain professional and honest until the end with the club which offered me a helping hand.
"I don't forget that and I want to leave on a positive note. I read the newspapers and the rumours are flattering but nothing has been settled yet."