A year after joining Real Betis, the Spanish side allowed Víctor Camarasa join Cardiff City on a season-long loan move.
As a part of the deal, the Premier League club have the option to sign him on a permanent deal in the summer.
According to Mundo Deportivo, the 24-year-old is unlikely to return to his parent club as his future could now lie in the top flight club competition in England.
It’s explained that Cardiff are one of the clubs interested in Camarasa and have ‘already made’ an offer of €15m in the winter market.
However, the player and the La Liga outfit would prefer to wait until the end of this campaign before taking a decision on his future.
The Spaniard wants to see if the Welsh club will avoid relegation (one point above drop zone in 17th) and then Betis will have to study the offers they have on the table.
Camarasa’s contract with Betis runs down in 2022 and has a €25m release clause. Mundo mentions 5 percent of the transfer fee will go to his previous club Levante.
The offer sounds good enough, so it’s likely a matter of waiting to see if Neil Warnock can avoid relegation.