Armin Bacinovic's agent has confirmed that the Slovenia international will look to leave Palermo if his situation does not improve.
The 21-year-old moved to Italy last summer from Maribor and he made a huge impact in his maiden campaign.
The likes of Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool were all linked with his services before he penned a new five-year-deal in June.
But Palermo's former boss Delio Rossi was replaced in the summer and since then Bacinovic has barely featured.
Now his agent Amir Ruznic admits he will be looking to leave in January if the situation does not improve.
"For the moment there is no news about the future of Armin and it is still early to talk about it," Ruznic told Calciomercato.
"If the situation continues to be like this, I think it would be better for the player and for Palermo to find a solution.
"From here until January there are still many games, we'll see what happens."