I raisedTOThe sports director of the Levante confirms that they work in the continuity of Jason and Too
TOtaking advantage of the FIFA date and the match in the First Division football,Vicente Blanco 'Tito', the sports director of Levante, reviewed the season in 'Directo MARCA Valencia'. And much of today is marked by the renovations that the Orriols set must face from here at the end of the season.
The clearest case is that of the great protagonist of the week.The eyes of the world of football came back to rest on Enis Bardhi after his goal of fault to Getafe. At 23, he came to the club as a bet for the future that has been consolidated earlier than expected.So much so, that his contract, until 2020, and his rescission clause, of only 25 million euros, has been outdated."There is an agreement between all the parties and the signature is missing, I have a good relationship with the agency that represents you and with your representative in Spain.. We have everything matched and just need to be firm. The agreement is closed and with the signature of Bardhi be signed, "said Tito on the Macedonian.
More thorny negotiations have beenJason and Too Garca. Both end contract with Levante at the end of the season. The two have been presented with an offerof renewal that they have rejected.
Too's situation seems the most delicate."Levante has to keep going, if Too is telling you" we'll stop him here, "Levante has to continue, if we're looking for a left back for the next year?We had already looked at it for a long time. The Levante wants Too to continue, but considers that the conditions we offer are not ideal, "said Tito.
With the Galician end, the club seems to have more hope. "Something similar has happened with Jason. There was a proposal and at that time they did not consider it fair. At the beginning of summer he thought he could leave, and so he talked to his agent. In the end he preferred to continue and we are delighted. The offer is there, and from this, I understand that there has to be a negotiation, "sentenced sports director Granota.