Landreau adds to Nantes unrest
By Patrick Haond
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Marcos is coming under increasing pressure as The Canaries struggle to get off the ground so far this season, and the players are believed to be unhappy with their coach.
Skipper and goalkeeper Landreau is once again at the centre of things following his public spat with chairman Jean-Luc Gripond.
Rumours have again gathered weight about the possible departure of the talented 23-year-old, but he says he is equally prepared to stay, although the signs are that he will not be remaining with the club for much longer.
"About my departure, I want to be clear: I am both ready to leave or stay, because I have always felt well at Nantes," said Landreau.
"Of course, sometimes I feel I am bothering some people inside the club.
"Chairman Mr Gripond knows I will leave one day or another, probably soon, and the fee for selling me will limit the other departures, on a financial level.
"So yes, for him, it won't be bad news. I am free, I can leave when I want.
"About the time I will remain at Nantes, I prefer to not imagine what will be tomorrow, where I will be.
"To keep my form outstanding, I have to imagine two situations: I stay and I leave. Where will I be in six months, one or two years? Frankly I don't know."