Andy Delort frustrated by pace of talks with Charlton Athletic

Tours' Andy Delort heads the ball during the French L2 football match between Caen and Tours at the Michel d'Ornano stadium in Caen on May 9, 2014
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Andy Delort criticises Tours for failing to sanction his proposed move to Charlton Athletic.

Andy Delort has admitted that the pace of negotiations between current club Tours and Charlton Athletic is a source of great frustration.

The 22-year-old was believed to be close to securing a move to Charlton last week after agreeing terms on a five-year deal, but Tours are yet to accept a proposal from the Championship side.

"The club can't find an agreement with Charlton," Delort told members of the media. "The chairman is asking about a lot of money, and it blocks me. The chairman is only thinking about him.

"I thought my transfer would materialise quickly. I made a lot of efforts to join Tours last summer, I even accepted to get half wages. That situation is very difficult to me."

Delort has also been linked with Southampton and Leicester City this summer.

Tours' Andy Delort heads the ball during the French L2 football match between Caen and Tours at the Michel d'Ornano stadium in Caen on May 9, 2014
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