The Argentine has really struggled since joining Southampton 18 months ago.

According to a report from Spanish media outlet AS, La Liga outfit Leganes have made it their priority to sign Southampton hitman Guido Carrillo on loan again this summer.

The 28-year-old joined the Saints from Monaco in January 2018, for a club record fee believed to be worth £19 million, according to BBC Sport, but he really struggled to settle on the south coast, failing to score in 10 outings.

Carrillo then joined Leganes last summer, where he went on to score six goals, and the Southampton forward could be set for another temporary exit from St Mary’s this summer.

AS reports that Leganes want to take the Argentine on loan, but the Saints would actually prefer to sell the flop.

Carrillo currently earns £30,000 per week at Southampton, according to Capology, and according to AS, the Spanish side will be prepared to pay a large chunk of that salary, as well as paying the Saints a €1 million (£900k) loan fee.

And considering how much he has struggled when he has played for Southampton, they might just jump at the chance of loaning him out for another season.

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