Leon Bailey's agent, Aidy Ward, says he wants to sit down with Bayer Leverkusen to find out whether the club would be prepared to let the 22-year-old go this summer.
|Leon Bailey and Theodor Gebre Selassie.||Photo: Bayer 04 Leverkusen|
Bayer Leverkusen have informed Leon Bailey's stepfather that the 22-year-old will be allowed to leave the club for a suitable price, claims the player's new agent, Aidy Ward.
Ward now wants to sit down with the club himself to discuss his Bailey's future amid recent speculation that his client has attracted interest from Tottenham and Everton.
"The club have told his stepfather that he can leave for a certain amount of money," Ward told Sport1 and added:
"As soon as I have talked to the club, and the situation is clear, we will now know to do. If the club want to sell, it's not problem. Then we'll talk to each other and come to an agreement.
If they don't want to sell, it's no problem either. In this case, we'll leave the situation and move on. It's that simple," Ward underlined.
Bailey's contract with Leverkusen expires in 2023.