The Greek giant soccer team Olympiakos is reportedly looking to take the out-of-favour Arsenal striker Eduardo Da Silva to Greece next season. Eduardo was only used sparingly by Arsene Wenger last year, even when both Nicklas Bendtner and Robin Van Persie were both out injured, and it is thought that with the arrival of Marouane Chamakh, the Croatian international will need to look elsewhere for regular first team action. Greeksoccer.com today report that Olympiakos’ new technical director Darko Kovacevic has made discreet enquiries about the possibility of taking Eduardo on loan for next season, but it is thought that Wenger will be looking for an outright sale to boost his transfer coffer. The Greek giants have recently been taken over by Vaggelis Marinakis, and he is looking to impress the fans by bringing in some big names this summer, and Eduardo is on the list along with Ronaldinho, Julio Baptista and Mauro Camoranesi. Should Eduardo move on to try and reignite his career? Or should Wenger keep him in reserve at the Emirates?