Luc Castaignos’ move to Swansea City is still in the books despite a slight delay in negotiations for the FC Twente striker, Daily Mail reports.
The Dutch club accepted the Swan’s £6.5 million offer a few weeks ago but haven’t reach an agreement in terms of contract and salary, but should all be concluded very soon.
FC Twente chairman, Joop Munsterman, kept the move alive by stating that the potential transfer will still happen and Swansea shouldn’t fear the deal breaking down.
With the former Inter Milan player currently on holiday, everything is said to be stalled until the Dutch starlet returns from his break.
“It will be a while before things can be done,” Munsterman told Voetbal International.
‘The choice is up to the player. Only when Luc is back from vacation and is negotiating with Swansea can we expect progress. And as I have said, the clubs can work it out.”
Castaignos, 21, scored 27 goals in 65 appearances for his club ever since his move from the Serie A back in 2012.