Wolverhampton Wanderers forward Leo Bonatini has this week spoken to Portuguese press and has admitted that he wants to leave the club.
The 25-year-old is currently on loan at Vitoria Guimaraes in the Portuguese top tier after failing to establish himself in amongst Wolves’ team since they have been in the Premier League.
It now seems as if the player’s time at the club – at which he has played 56 games, scoring 13 goals – is coming to an end.
After arriving in the summer, he has been able to score six goals and register one assist in 16 games and seems to be happy about playing regular football again.
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“I don’t know if for internal interests or what happened. I had some disagreements with the coach, I have no problem with him. But I didn’t have my opportunities,” Bonatini told RTP.
When asked whether there was any bad blood between himself and Nuno Espirito Santo, he was quick to respond.
He said: “No. Quite the contrary, I have a contract with the club, I support them, I always talk to the players. They are my friends, they are people who helped me a lot when I got there. Because it’s a very difficult country too. But I wanted to play.”