Granada star Bryan Zaragoza is facing ‘the decision that will mark his career’ as Brentford eye a possible move for him.

That’s according to Ideal, who cover the player and say he has to decide on whether to stay where he is or take the chance at a Premier League move.

The newspaper explains that Zaragoza may not be aware because he is only 22 years old, but he is facing a decision that will define his relationship with Granada and mark his career moving forwards.

He needs to decide whether it is worth accepting some of the offers he has or wait until the summer, when the list of suitors will probably expand.

One of those currently interested in him ahead of January are Brentford, who were linked earlier this week and said to have the ‘financial capacity’ to secure his signature.

That was due to a €14m release clause in his current contract, a figure that they and other suitors could easily afford should they wish to move for him.

They’re yet to do so and Granada are working to try and increase that figure as they look to convince Zaragoza to renew his contract, which expires in 2027, improve his salary and increase the release clause to €20m.

Contacts are ongoing between the two parties, but the belief is that the interested parties, including Brentford, ‘will increase their bids’ ahead of January.

People close to the player assure that he will leave in that window but ‘this may remain a mere joke’ as only the player, his agent and family ‘really know what he thinks’.

If the youngster follows what he’s done in the past, he will do what’s best for Granada. He did that two years ago when he refused to go on loan and again in the summer when he ‘dispelled the exit rumours’.

He would seemingly prefer to ‘go out on a high note’ than out the back door but the noise around him is growing and Brentford are among the clubs interested in him.