Teddy Teuma is being linked with a lucrative move to French Ligue 1 side Stade Rennes, reports in the international media said.
Eurosport journalist Romain Collet-Gaudin announced on Wednesday that the Malta international is expected to leave Belgian side Royal Union Saint-Gilloise and make his move to French side Stade Rennes.
“Teddy Teuma should sign for Rennes,” Collet-Gaudin said, without giving any details of the transfer.
Teuma is coming from another excellent campaign for Royal Union Saint-Gilloise, which saw him amass 52 appearances, netting 14 goals and providing 17 assists.
The Saint-Gilloise captain is tied with the Belgian side until 2025 but it is understood that although the club is keen to keep the 29-year-old midfielder, it is unlikely that the club would stand in his way if he receives a lucrative offer for him.
The Malta midfielder has never hidden his aspirations of moving to a bigger club and in the past, he had been linked with a possible move to England, with Brighton and Middlesbrough among the clubs who had shown an interest in the player.
A move to Stade Rennais would see Teuma make a return to the country where his career kicked off after donning the colours of lower-tier sides Hyeres FC, US Boulogne, and Red Star FC.
Teuma has made 164 appearances with Union Saint-Gilloise, scoring 31 goals and 44 assists.
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