The agent of Colombian midfield battler Fredy Guarin has demanded to meet with Inter president Erick Thohir in a bid to resolve the growing crisis concerning his client’s future.
The 27-year-old had been set to move to Juventus in a swap deal involving Montenegrin striker Marco Vukinic, but the deal fell through at the last minute, leaving both players in footballing limbo, having cleared out their respective lockers and bid their farewells.
With the crisis surrounding Guarin steadily growing, his agent is now insisting that Inter president Erick Thohir host emergency negotiations,
“I ask President Thohir to think for one minute of the player and his family,” agent Marcelo Ferreyra told Sky Sport Italia (via Football Italia).
“We will talk to Thohir about this situation, which has never happened at any club in the world. For a week no Inter director has spoken to me or to Fredy, so now we want a private meeting with Thohir.
“The situation is simply not clear and we demand an urgent meeting. Guarin is really suffering and his family flew in from Colombia to help.
“Have we had further contact with Juve? I don’t want to talk about any other club, we just want to talk to Thohir.”
With the ongoing situation surrounding the player seemingly refusing to abate, Chelsea and United could well return for Guarin, with the 27-year-old currently desperate to leave the San Siro.
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