Obiang future talks planned

The agent of Sampdoria midfielder Pedro Obiang is preparing to discuss his client's future amid mounting interest.

Last Updated: 23/02/13 at 14:42 Post Comment

Pedro Obiang: Tied to a long-term contract but continues to draw admiring glance

Pedro Obiang: Tied to a long-term contract but continues to draw admiring glance

The 20-year-old has become hot property on the back of a number of assured displays in Serie A.

Clubs from England have been credited with holding an interest in the Spain U21 international, who has been part of the first-team set-up at Samp for over two years now.

He is tied to a long-term contract with his current employers, and his representative claims fresh terms could be agreed.

A new deal is likely to be discussed when future talks are held next week, along with Sampdoria's summer plans for a man expected to generate plenty of transfer speculation.

Obiang's agent Jose Miguel Gonzalez told tuttomercatoweb.com: "The renewal of the contract is a possibility.

"I will come to see the Sampdoria-Parma match on 3rd March and then I'll meet the club's officials.

"We'll talk about Obiang's future, which will be decided together with Sampdoria.

"There are a lot of important clubs interested, but Obiang has a contract with Sampdoria until June 2016 so there is no reason to think about the market at this stage of the season."

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