Belgians scare off Italians with £7million valuation. Khaleem Hyland's agent has accused Zulte Waregem of pricing him out of a move to Italy.
An unnamed Serie A club are believed to have tabled an offer for the Trinidad & Tobago midfielder.
The Italian side have held talks with Zulte, but have been scared off by the Belgian club's £7million valuation of the player.
Hyland's agent, Steve Davies, fears Zulte may be pricing the 20-year-old out of a dream move to Serie A with their valuation, but he remains a confident a deal can be struck.
"I am a bit surprised and disappointed that Zulte value Khaleem at £7million," Davies told skysports.com.
"Although Khaleem is a very good player and will prove a good investment I believe they are trying to price clubs out of a move for him.
"I am disappointed Zulte spoke to the Italian club as we have a verbal understanding that any negotiations will be done with me and me alone.
"I am also not too worried about the price-tag Zulte have on Khaleem as we have clauses in his contract.
"A lot of agents have been ringing me up about Khaleem but it is up to any interested club to contact Zulte and then they will contact me as we have a verbal agreement that they will tell me first if a club has come in for Khaleem and then we will sit down and discuss things."