Agent hints at Quintero exit

Juan Fernando Quintero has been linked with Manchester United in the recent past, and he could soon be heading out of Pescara.

Last Updated: 06/02/13 at 13:54 Post Comment

Juan Fernando Quintero: Could be on the move at the end of the season

Juan Fernando Quintero: Could be on the move at the end of the season

The Colombian midfielder is currently taking in a loan spell in Serie A, during which he has caught the eye of sides across Europe.

His parent club Atletico Nacional have already agreed a deal with Pescara, with a clause in Quintero's contract offering them first refusal on his signature.

It is expected that the Italian side will take up that option, before offloading the 20-year-old at a profit.

It is likely that he will head away from Italy in the summer, with Quintero's representative revealing that all options remain open.

"He is a player who has many admirers in Italy and the big clubs would like him," Riccardo Calleri told TMW.

"However, it would be easier to see him move to a European giant seeing as he is being followed heavily by foreign sides."

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