Leeds United took Ouasim Bouy from Juventus in 2017 and immediately loaned him out to Spanish side Cultural Leonesa.
His stay with Cultural Leonesa was cut short in January 2018 and despite having multiple offers, the 27-year-old finished the second half of the 2017/18 season with the Whites.
Two years ago, Marcelo Bielsa arrived at Elland Road and the Argentine didn’t include the Dutchman in his plans at Leeds.
Bouy, who can operate as a defensive midfielder and a centre-back, spent the last season on loan at PEC Zwolle and wasn’t used by Bielsa this campaign.
With a year left on his contract, the player no longer has a future at Leeds, especially with the latter making it to the Premier League. This is what SerieBnews are reporting.
The Amsterdam-born midfielder is managed by Mino Raiola and the super-agent is working on taking his client away from the English side.
It’s claimed Bouy’s representative has proposed him to two clubs, Reggina 1914 and SPAL. Reggina have been promoted to Serie B, while SPAL are in danger of dropping out of Serie A.
The former Juve man could end his disappointing spell at Leeds and return to Italy this summer.