Once owned by Watford, Gabriele Angella is now at Charleroi on loan from Udinese, where he is under contract until 2020.
The Italian defender has had a fairly frustrating season with the Belgian side and a return to Italy at the end of the season is more than likely unless he manages to convince his current club to buy him full-time.
The thing is, even if that doesn’t happen, an exit from Udinese is more than likely, as the defender explained to Le Soir, because he’s had enough of the Pozzos.
Bouncing around between the Serie A club and Watford, the 29-year-old has decided he finally wants out.
He said: “I’m happy here. What is certain, as I’ve said, is that my time at Udinese is over. I have a year left, but it’s done. I don’t want to go back and I don’t think they want me there. I’ve done four years there and two at Watford with the same owner. That’s enough, I think.
“I like the town and I’m a fan of the club, but it’s over between Udinese and myself. As for the rest, we’ll see what happens. I don’t know what the manager wants here”.
During his time at Vicarage Road, Angella played an integral part in the Hornets’ promotion back to the Premier League during the 2014-15 season before being dropped and loaned out to QPR once they had achieved their goal.
Not the best way to treat one of your players, but when it comes to business, the Pozzos tend to be relatively ruthless.