Ternana forward Felipe Avenatti has told the Italian media he’s yet to make a decision on his future. The Uruguayan will leave the club in the summer when his contract expires, and the player has been linked with a number of clubs, including Leeds United.
Speaking to Ternana News, Aventatti was asked about his time with Ternana, and what the future holds for him.
The 23-year-old said the club has become a second home, and even though he may be leaving he’s yet to make a decision on where he will go. Avenatti believes he must now concentrate on keeping Ternana in Serie B, and let his agent deal with his next move.
“Ternana has given me so much, it feels like my home, in good times or bad. I still do not know what I will do in the future, but as long as it does not end with the club dropping out of Serie B. Then the rest is with my agent,” said Avenatti.
In January it was reported Avenatti would see out his contract with Ternana, which will likely lead to a scramble to sign the South American in the summer.
Leeds United could be one of the clubs looking to snap the player up after their previous attempts to sign him. Leeds made another approach for Avenatti in the last summer window, but were again unsuccessful.
Leeds United face competition to sign Avenatti, and it will take some convincing to bring the player to England over a move to Serie A, with Cagliari and Lazio both showing an interest.