The President of Argentine club, San Lorenzo, has announced he is flying to England to try and tie up a deal for Fabricio Coloccini.
Sky Sports are reporting that the President, Matias Lammens, has claimed that Newcastle should now ‘..think about what is best for the player, that need to go back home.
We understand Newcastle don’t have too much interest in the summer other than keeping Coloccini in their squad.
They’ve managed to escape from the relegation zone, so they’ll now think about what is best for the player, that need to go back home.”
I must admit to not holding out great hopes for our captain staying, when he was prepared to walk away from a relegation battle halfway through a season then surely the writing is on the wall.
However, we live in hope.
Just as we do with San Lorenzo whose behaviour was shocking in January in terms of doing their best to make the situation as messy as possible to seemingly try and get Colo for next to nothing.
These latest very public comments don’t suggest there has been any improvement in the behaviour of our friends at San Lorenzo.