Islanders back in for Amo
By Francisco Acedo
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Mallorca have rekindled their interest in Deportivo La Coruna defender Pablo Amo.Mallorca have rekindled their interest in Deportivo La Coruna defender Pablo Amo.
The Islanders were interested in the 27-year-old during the summer but did not end up making a move for him.
They appear to have reassessed and are now looking to set up a deal for when the transfer window reopens in January, but are currently being frustrated by Depor's demands.
Mallorca want to take Amo on loan for the remainder of the season in January with the option for a permanent transfer when the loan expires, but are not willing to match Depor's asking price.
The Galicians are ready to let the defender leave as he is not in boss Joaquin Caparros' first-team plans and has not made a league appearance this term.
Racing Santander, Getafe and Osasuna have all been linked with the player but, like Mallorca, have failed to agree terms.
It seems likely Amo will ultimately move on in January, but Depor seem determined not to allow him to leave on the cheap.