Chory Castro is expected to be the first player out of Real Sociedad when the winter transfer window opens in January as he looks for long-term security.
Mundo Deportivo cite reports from Uruguay that say Castro has hinted he will leave Anoeta, and Celta Vigo and Nacional of Montevideo are among the interested parties.
“It’s hurting me not to participate this year. I haven’t spoken with the club, just my representative,” the winger is quoted as saying.
“I want to have a quiet holiday and then the market opens in January. I’d like to play in the rest of the season. That would be good, because what every player wants is minutes.
“Celta? That’s a good sign if they want me. They know I can contribute to the team.”
Castro also denied contact from former club Nacional but confirmed he would be interested in a return.
“Whenever you leave Nacional, it’s always an option to go back. We’ll talk in January and if it’s not an option, we’ll remove it.”
Castro did however point out that he would be open to staying at La Real but emphasised his desire to play more regularly, and he is thinking past the end of the season.
“I want to play. I want something [when his contract expires in the summer]. You never know. I won’t lie or cheat,” he continued.
“I want to know what my future will be after June. That’s what worries me.”