Juan Pablo Carrizo’s agent has confirmed that the Lazio-owned goalkeeper is unlikely to return to Catania for next season.
The Argentine was brought in on loan by the Sicilians during the January transfer market and impressed in deputising between the sticks.
However, reports since the end of the season indicated that the 28-year-old was unlikely to remain with the Elefanti, because of a reported failure by the club to agree a fee with his owners Lazio, as suggested again by the player’s representative today.
“At the moment there is nothing new, in three to four days we will have a clearer picture of the situation,” began Pablo Sabbag on lalaziosiamonoi.it.
“My client has repeatedly expressed his willingness to stay in Catania, but right now we do not know his future.
“The right of redemption for Catania on the player expires today. We’ll wait and see what happens.
“Elsewhere, I have received two proposals for Carrizo, one from an Italian club, one from a club abroad.”
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