Ganesh Mukundan Date: 17th May 2015 at 7:06pm
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Hellas Verona defender Vangelis Moras has expressed his concern regarding the future of the club in the midst of rumors suggesting it might be sold.

Speaking after his side’s 2-1 win over Empoli, the Greek centre-back also demanded more clarity from owner Maurizio Setti despite the Italian businessman having recently stated that the club will not be sold in the summer.

“The president has denied the sale of the club, but I want more certainty,” said the 33-year-old to Sky Sport Italia.

“And I hope all things are sorted and we’ll be ready to start again properly from next season.”

This situation is being much talked about because there are a number of Gialloblu players whose contract expire in the summer of 2015, including that of Moras.

Even coach Andrea Mandorlini’s contract is waiting to be renewed as it expires at the end of the season.

However, the defender has stated his intentions to continue playing for Hellas Verona and urged the club to retain all the senior players as well as coach Andrea Mandorlini from the current season.

“We cannot leave anyone behind,” he continued. “We must keep all our major players, the coach and prepare for a good season.”

The Mastini are 12th in the Serie A table on 44 points.

 
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