Florin Andone is yet to return to Brighton and Hove Albion as Cadiz have not struck a deal to end his loan move early.

That’s according to Diario de Cadiz, who say the striker is ‘destined to leave’, but there are ‘no new developments’ in the talks between the two clubs.

And one has been with the Spanish club since the summer, but the loan move has been nothing short of a disastrous one, with him failing to establish himself in the first team or score the goals they wanted.

Reports at the beginning of this month indicated Cadiz were looking to end his loan deal early and use the money on a more suitable signing.

The last of those came on the 5th of January, and it appears there have not been any significant developments since then.

Diario report that while the striker is ‘destined to leave’, the key lies in ‘breaking the contract’ with Brighton.

That ‘does not seem easy’, though, as that would involved a ‘high economic cost’ that the Spanish side seemingly can’t or don’t want to pay.

The Brighton man does have ‘several possibilities’ to join a side in Spain’s second division if an agreement can be found but so far, that hasn’t happened.

Of course, that can always changed when things get desperate at the end of the window, but at this moment in time, the ‘days go by, and there is no news’.