Despite the transfer deadline for English clubs having passed, Tomer Hemed is still unfortunately in limbo about his future.
The striker has no place at Brighton this season, particularly after they signed Neal Maupay, and thus has been looking for a new club.
He had hoped that was Charlton, who made a late move for the 32-year-old and believed they got the deal through before the 5pm deadline.
However, that move is yet to be ratified with all parties waiting for approval from the league for the striker to complete his move to the Valley.
Should that not happen, he may have an escape route in Spain. Heraldo report that the striker was offered to La Liga2 side Huesca, as well as Rayo Vallecano and Cadiz.
Huesca, in particular, are looking to add a striker to their squad, and the newspaper says they received ‘juicy offers’ from several forwards, Hemed among them.
There’s no mention of contact between the two clubs, or if Huesca were even interested, just that he was offered to them.
If the move to Charlton ends up falling through, perhaps the Spanish route will open again, with Heraldo saying Huesca are yet ‘to resolve the mystery of the reinforcements for the front.’