Femi Azeez's future at Reading remains in doubt as clubs target him

Femi Azeez’s future at Reading remains doubtful as a host of EFL clubs, Dutch side Go Ahead Eagles and Portuguese outfit FC Famalicao target winger… with his Royals’ contract set to expire in July

  • Femi Azeez’s future at Reading is in doubt, with his contract set to run out in July 
  • EFL clubs, Go Ahead Eagles and and FC Famalicao are interested in singing him
  • Reading are trying to persuade Azeez to stay and have offered him a new deal

Reading winger Femi Azeez’s future is in the balance with his contract due to expire amid interest from home abroad.

Along with clubs in the EFL, Azeez, older brother of Arsenal midfielder Miguel, is being targeted by Dutch side Go Ahead Eagles and Portuguese outfit FC Famalicao.

Paul Ince’s Reading have already lost the likes of Josh Laurent and John Swift following the expiry of their deals this summer with fellow midfielder Andy Rinomhota also in line for a free transfer move to ambitious Cardiff.

Reading winger Femi Azeez’s future is in the balance with his contract due to expire in July 

And the interest, particularly from Go Ahead Eagles and Famalicao who believe Azeez could become another English youngster to flourish abroad, is now presenting an obstacle to the Berkshire club’s hopes of retaining the 21 year-old. 

Reading are trying to persuade Azeez to stay and have offered him a new deal.

Azeez was one of Reading’s standout youngsters last season in a campaign that ended with them successfully avoiding the drop.

Reading are trying to persuade Azeez to stay and have offered him a new deal  

He enjoyed a breakout year making 14 appearances, scoring twice having been handed his Royals debut towards the end of the previous 2021/22 season.

Following a disappointing 21st place finish last season, Reading have added to their squad with the singings Tom Ince and Joe Lumley. 

The Royals will open the new season with a trip to Blackpool on July 30 before hosting Cardiff the following week.  




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