Niko Kranjcar has said that he would be interested in a move an Italian club.
Kranjcar has revealed that he is restless in his current position at Spurs. Despite refusing an offer for him from Werder Bremen in January, Harry Redknapp has only fielded the midfielder at kick-off in two of the club’s 33 Premiership games this season.
The former Portsmouth player told The Sun that he is meeting with the club’s management to discuss his future prospects.
“Is there a point of beginning next season as a bit-part player? None whatsoever,” he said. “I have an agreed meeting with [chairman Daniel Levy] and the [manager Redknapp], it should happen within a week. After the meeting I want to have a clear picture about my status.
“I would definitely be interested in moving to Italy. I think I would adapt quickly to Italian football.”