Adrien Silva has no future at Leicester City and with a contract until 2021, the Foxes will have to find a solution for him before the window closes on Monday.
Sampdoria are one of the sides credited with an interest in signing the midfielder.
On September 22nd, Gazzetta dello Sport reported the Serie A side are finding the negotiations to take the player ‘complicated’ due to the ‘number of agents’ involved in the deal.
TuttoMercatoWeb have the latest on this case and explain that Brendan Rodgers’ side have already given their approval for the 31-year-old’s sale.
However, ‘there is still no agreement’ between the Portugal international and Claudio Ranieri’s side over personal terms.
It’s claimed the negotiations between the two parties continue, but both Silva and the Italian club, at the moment, are standing firm with their ‘respective positions’.
Despite the current situation, TMW explains Silva and Sampdoria will continue discussions to ‘try to close’ the deal between today and tomorrow.
Silva, who spent the last 18 months on loan at AS Monaco, has already expressed his desire to leave Leicester, and he has less than a week to complete his exit from the King Power Stadium.