Dusan Tadic is considering a move away from Southampton after growing disillusioned with life under Ronald Koeman, according to the Daily Mail.
The gifted Serbian attacking midfielder has been at the club since the summer of 2014, though has reportedly grown tired of his Dutch coach’s abrasive management style.
After a wonderful debut season on the South Coast, the 27-year old has struggled for consistency this time around and is thought to be weighing up his options heading into the summer transfer window.
He was hauled off a fortnight ago against Liverpool after being asked to switch flanks to the right hand side and is understood to feel as if he has been put in the firing line after six games without a goal.
It is claimed that the former FC Twente man is not the only player to have taken issue with Koeman’s style, with both Sadio Mane and James Ward-Prowse also believed to feel dents in their confidence.