André-Frank Zambo Anguissa joined Villarreal on a season-long loan deal from Fulham and the La Liga side have an option to make his transfer permanent for €25m this summer.
On March 19th, AS explained the defensive midfielder’s continuity with the Yellow Submarine is ‘very difficult’, even if the Cottagers offer them a discount.
Super Deporte claims the Cameroon international enjoyed a good run in the first half of this season, but he lost prominence in the team in recent times. Therefore, Villarreal will not keep him at the club beyond his loan period.
The same report also states there remains a possibility for the 24-year-old to continue in Spain.
It’s claimed Levante have set their sights on the Fulham owned player and they want to take advantage of the fact that Villarreal won’t exercise the option to make his transfer permanent.
‘Anguissa fits what Levante needs and wants’, but he isn’t the only player that’s been identified as a target for the upcoming transfer window.
For Levante to sign Anguissa, they also need to find out what the future holds for him at Craven Cottage and whether Fulham will be open to the idea of allowing the player go out on loan next season.
Time should tell…