A few clubs are looking to take Fabio Silva on loan for the rest of the season, with the Wolves striker reportedly having had an altercation with Anderlecht’s head coach.
Earlier this week, it was reported that Silva could now leave the Belgian outfit.
Clubs in Spain, Italy and the Netherlands are keen on the 20-year-old.
Silva has indicated he no longer wants to play for the club, and now Belgian publication HLN have more information about the situation.
Silva has apparently had an altercation with Anderlecht head coach Brian Riemer.
Silva recently had a poor performance against Club Brugge, in which he was substituted with around 15 minutes to go.
Riemer addressed Silva about his display, and it apparently led to an altercation between the two.
It is also mentioned in the article that Silva has been ‘unmotivated’ for a while in training.
So it looks as though this stint will come to an end early.
HLN say that Sevilla, Real Sociedad and PSV Eindhoven are all looking to take Silva for the remainder of the season.
Wolves will need to green light a move, and the club that wants him will need to pay compensation to Anderlecht, who had an agreement to take Silva for the whole season.
During his time at Anderlecht so far, Silva has scored 11 goals in 32 games.
It remains to be seen if Wolves can facilitate a new move for him this month.
Concerning reports about Fabio Silva, Wolves should probably now move him on after apparent altercation with head coach
The claim from HLN that Silva has not been motivated in training and has ultimately had an altercation with Riemer is a little worrying.
We don’t know the ins and outs, but Silva was left out of Anderlecht’s squad against Zulte Waregem. It’s possible he may now struggle for minutes due to the falling out.
Wolves may need to set up a new loan move for him.
It is a shame this has apparently happened because Silva had started the season really well and was getting regular minutes.
Hopefully he’ll have a productive second half of the season regardless of where he is.