Speculation is mounting that former Southend United Apprentice Charlie Ademeno looks set to re-launch his League career.
The youngster who is currently plying his trade at Crawley Town has been the subject of a great deal of interest since netting a hat-trick in six minutes against Grays on December 28th 2009.
Crawley boss Steve Evans has revealed that offers have been tabled for Ademeno but none have yet matched Town’s valuation of the player and until that situation occurs Ademeno will be staying put.
Speaking to the Club website, Evans said:
“The latest situation is that there has been a number of clubs enquire about the lad since the transfer window opened. However, as yet no club has reached the valuation we have placed on him.”
“The favourites to win the Blue Square Premier, a Scottish Premier League team and three separate clubs at the top end of Coca-Cola League 1 have all declared an interest.”
“Each of those club managers have all had a number of conversations with me but they have each been told that until our valuation has to be met the young lad stays here at Crawley Town Football Club – as a manager that would suit be me nicely.”
“He is without doubt a special talent who when the time is right will go onto much better things in football. He is a dedicated young man to his football and family. He has blistering pace, great movement and loves scoring goals, great ingredients if you are a striker.”