Select a Team

Prev Game: Spanish La Liga Sat 18th Mar

prev game - Athletic Bilbao
team 1 score team 2
Ath Bilbao 1 - 2 R Madrid

Next Game: Spanish La Liga Sat 1st Apr

next game - Athletic Bilbao
team 1 score team 2
Osasuna 15:15 Ath Bilbao

Yeste hints at new challenge

Spanish playmaker could be lured abroad next summer

By Chris Burton.   Last Updated: 26/11/09 4:11pm

  • Share:
Yeste: Contract is running down

Yeste: Contract is running down

Sky Bet

    • Retrieving latest Sky Bet odds

Francisco Yeste has admitted that he could be tempted to leave Spain next summer as a free agent.

The 29-year-old will see his current contract at Athletic Bilbao expire at the end of the 2009/10 campaign.

With fresh terms yet to be agreed, there is every chance the midfielder could be on his way out of San Mames in the not too distant future.

Yeste has already spurned one offer from Bilbao, with wages reported to be the sticking point, and claims he would have no problem with walking away from the club.

He insists he would not join another Primera Liga side, but has revealed that he would be open to offers from abroad.

He said: "If I can't come to an agreement with Bilbao I would go abroad."

Bilbao are keen to avoid losing Yeste for nothing and could be willing to do business during the January transfer window.

Premier League outfit Sunderland are reported to have expressed an interest in the talented playmaker, but it remains to be seen whether they will be prepared to match Bilbao's valuation.

  • Share:

Related

Related Profiles

Most Popular

Features

WATCH: Ronaldinho goals & skills

WATCH: Ronaldinho goals & skills

Barcelona legend Ronaldinho turned 37 on Tuesday. To celebrate his birthday, we've compiled some of his best goals and skills... 

Why Unzue could be Barca's man

Why Unzue could be Barca's man

Guillem Balague explains why Luis Enrique's assistant Juan Carlos Unzue could be the perfect man to replace the Barcelona boss.

Real Madrid on the march?

Real Madrid on the march?

Can Real Madrid be stopped? They passed one of their toughest remaining tests of the season at Athletic Bilbao.