Moussa Sissoko is unhappy with Newcastle United’s reluctance to allow him to leave the club ahead of the 2016-17 campaign, according to his representative.
The France international impressed at Euro 2016 and has been linked with a number of clubs following the Magpies’ relegation to the Championship.
Newcastle have no intention of letting him go on the cheap, though, and have reportedly set an asking price in the region of £35 million for the 26-year-old, despite an earlier promise that Sissoko could leave for about half that fee.
“We do not understand Newcastle. We agreed last year that Moussa would stay for one more year to help the team. He has given his all for the club,” the midfielder’s representative toldFoot Mercato.
“We never even talked about a higher asking price. The club always said they would allow Moussa to leave for a fee between €18 million and €25m.
“We hope Rafa Benitez and Newcastle will be more reasonable again so we can resolve Moussa’s future. He has always been loyal and respectful toward the club.
“There are clubs that have approached us and Newcastle. We hope everything goes well.”
Originally Published on Goal.com
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