Omar El Kaddouri’s agent is keen for his client to be allowed to leave Serie B outfit Brescia this summer, amid links to Serie A and Juventus.
The Belgian midfielder is reportedly in agreement with the Bianconeri over a future transfer, but his agent yesterday suggested that Brescia are holding up the switch because of their transfer fee demands.
Speaking today on the issue, Daniele Striani suggested that the club should consider meeting the player’s wish to leave.
“I spoke yesterday with President Corioni for 45 minutes, and whilst it is right that Brescia have their own interests in mind, the player has made a choice,” El Kaddouri’s representative told Radio Calciomercato on Wednesday.
“He played virtually for free for a long time, his attachment to the cause at Brescia has already been shown, now it would be appropriate that the other party do the same.
“This is a player who has had a good season and seen his prospects grow significantly.
“His future? At this time there are only two options - Juventus immediately, with the possibility of a loan to another Serie A club, or we wait for his contract to expire in 2013.
“We do not intend to evaluate any other possibilities.”
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