Cristhian Stuani has confirmed he is yet to decide where his future lies following Girona’s relegation from La Liga. The Uruguay international has enjoyed two strong seasons in Catalonia, scoring 40 goals in 65 appearances, although that was not enough to prevent the Blanquivermells from suffering relegation from the Spanish top-flight last season.
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However, Stuani’s impressive displays have come to the attention of a number of clubs, including Barcelona, who tried to sign the 32-year-old in January and are expected to rekindle their interest this summer. Championship club Nottingham Forest are also rumoured to be monitoring Stuani’s situation, with reports suggesting the forward’s buyout clause has been halved to seven million euros following Girona’s relegation.
Stuani is currently away with Uruguay preparing for this summer’s Copa America and he admits he is yet to make a decision on where his future lies, although he plans to talk with his family once he returns from international duty. “I am trying to isolate myself and focus on the national team which has always been a beautiful and enthusiastic challenge,” Stuani told Catalunya Radio.
“Regarding my club career, I will try to make a very consensual decision to find the best in each moment for me and my family. So we’ll see how the next few weeks will go. “On a personal level, it’s true that I did have a great season because I scored so many goals, just like the year before, and that made me feel very comfortable (at Girona).”Copyright © 2020 Completesports.com All rights reserved. The information contained in Completesports.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Completesports.com.