Tottenham target Quincy Promes says contract talks with Spartak Moscow have broken down.
Quincy Promes taking on Austria defender Florian Klein
Spartak Moscow winger Quincy Promes has been quoted by Goal as saying that he is open to a summer move after contract talks broke down.
Promes, 24, has impressed in recent seasons, bursting onto the scene with Go Ahead Eagles during year-long loan deal in the 2012-13 season smashing 17 goals.
His return to parent club FC Twente saw him hit 11 goals in 31 games, earning a huge move to Russia with Spartak Moscow in the summer of 2014 - and the goals haven't stopped there.
The speedy winger, known for his superb pace, has hit 31 goals in just 60 games for Spartak Moscow, meaning it's now 59 goals in the last four seasons for the Dutch international.
Intriguingly, the Daily Mail reported on Monday that Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino - who is seeking pace out wide - has personally scouted Promes ahead of a possible summer move for the goalscoring wide man.
Now, Promes has been discussing his future at Spartak Moscow, and revealed that talks over a new contract with Spartak Moscow have collapsed, as quoted by Goal.
Promes added that he is now open to anything, including a summer move away, as it could be time to move on from the Russian side - though he did leave the door option for Spartak to make him another offer in a desperate bid to keep him in the Russian capital.
"I'm currently open to anything," said Promes. "I was in negotiations with the club, but that is over. I wonder what's going to happen," he wondered aloud on camera. "I'll wait quietly now."
"Maybe we'll get there eventually, or maybe is it time to move on. What do I prefer? I'm open to anything at this time," he added.
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