Brighton & Hove Albion allowed Florín Andone to join Cádiz CF on a loan deal in the last window. As a part of the agreement, the La Liga side have to take care of 50 percent of his current salary, making him one of the top earners at the club.
The 28-year-old has been restricted to 108 minutes from three matches.
Cádiz have struggled to find the back of the net regularly and AS say they want to sign a new striker in January. Manu Vallejo is the main target and Valencia will only let him leave if they receive a ‘juicy offer’.
The Spanish club’s ‘priority is to cut the loan of Florín Andone’ and the Brighton owned striker’s departure will help them ‘have an economic margin’ to make signings in the next window.
Meanwhile, La Voz Digital claim Andone’s days are numbered due to his ‘null performance, lack of adaptation and a clamorous attitude’. The report further states ‘it is clear’ that Cádiz’s ‘bet’ on Andone has ‘gone wrong’.
The La Liga side want the player to leave so that they can sign another striker. The Romanian’s high salary has become a problem for him to find a new club, even though he is attracting interest from Segunda División.
What’s clear is Andone is no longer needed at Cádiz and Brighton have a decision to make in January.