Kvicha Kvaratskhelia’s agent confirms he wants to leave Rubin Kazan, citing Tottenham, Leeds United and Juventus, while he was also linked with Milan.
“I have to meet with the President of Rubin after August 12, and with an 85-90 per cent probability, Kvaratskhelia will change team and play in a very high level club in Europe,” his agent was quoted as saying in Georgian media.
“I can confirm there is serious interest from Tottenham. I can’t say anything new about Leeds, but there is also Juventus…”
Milan had been linked with Kvaratskhelia, but Rossoneri sources assured they were only looking at the player rather than making a formal offer.
The 20-year-old Georgia international is primarily a left-sided attacking winger, but can also work on the right or in a trequartista role.
He already has one goal in three Russian Premier Liga appearances so far this season and is eager to take the next step in his career.
His price-tag is believed to be in the region of €20-25m.
The Dinamo Tbilisi youth product moved on to Rustavi, then Lokomotiv Moscow on loan before his free transfer to Rubin Kazan in the summer of 2019.
In eight senior caps for Georgia, he scored three goals and provided two assists.
🚨 As I announced, the news would be until August 15 and here it is 👇
Kvara’s agent: “I have to meet the president of Rubin after August 12, with 85-90% probability, Kvaratskhelia will change the team and will play in a very high level club in Europe.”
— Lasha Kokiashvili (@LashaKoki14) August 9, 2021