Chilean striker Eduardo Vargas has added fuel to rumours linking him with a January exit from San Paolo.
Vargas, 23, is widely tipped to be farmed out on loan in January following a disappointing start to his career in Italy, with Brazilian side Gremio having confirmed interest in the talented attacker.
Il Corriere dello Sport claims Gremio are ready to offer Napoli €1 million for a year-long loan, and the player admits he is thinking about leaving San Paolo.
“For me it was a horrible year. Now I have to make a decision, the only thing I want is to play,” Vargas told reporters at an airport in Chile.
Vargas is spending his holidays with the family in Chile, but there is every chance his future will be decided before he returns to Naples.
The Chile international did make 19 Serie A appearances since arriving at the club from Universidad de Chile, but all of those were substitute appearances.
He is now looking to kick-start his career and prove his worth to his current employers, so a move to Gremio could be the best solution for all three parties.