Malaga midfielder Jeremy Toulalan could be leaving the club in the summer transfer window, according to his representative.
The Frenchman has been heavily linked with a summer exit, seeing that Atletico Madrid and few other European giants are believed to be keen.
He has so far denied such a possibility, but his official representative has hinted that a summer exit is a realistic option.
“Atletico Madrid is still putting a lot of pressure on for Jeremy. But we have other concrete options as well,” agent Mickael Manuello explained to L’Equipe.
Jeremy Toulalan joined Malaga in an €11 million deal from Lyon in the summer of 2011 and quickly developed into a key player at La Rosaleda.
He made a total of 42 La Liga appearances for los Boquerones and scored 3 goals in the process. However, with the club banned from competing in Europe next season, the Frenchman looks set to jump ship and join a club with Champions League ambitions.