On January 21st, we relayed news from Spain that Rafa Mújica has told Real Oviedo his ‘intention to leave’ in the winter market.
The striker is on loan from Leeds United and has been restricted to only 132 minutes of action in five matches in all competitions this season.
According to El Comercio, Cedric Teguia, on loan from Atlético Madrid, could be the first player to leave Real Oviedo in the winter market.
The Whites player gets a mention and it’s claimed the 22-year-old is another ‘candidate’ to change clubs in the ongoing window.
El Desmarque also explains Cedric and Mújica are on the exit ramp since they are not included in Real Oviedo’s plans. The duo’s exits are needed for the club to bring in reinforcements.
In Mújica’s case, the report states the Spanish side are ‘working on finding a way out’ for him, but that doesn’t entirely depend on them because he is ‘owned by Leeds’.
After a report from Spain stated Mújica has communicated his intention to leave in January, El Desmarque now explain Real Oviedo also want to cut ties with the Leeds player.
UD Las Palmas are credited with an interest in the frontman and AS reported on Thursday Mújica is ‘waiting’ for Las Palmas. Victor Orta may need to get involved to sort this one out.