The 30-year-old fell out of favor at the Beaujois Stadium and he has not played for the Canary team since February 2020
Mali captain Mora Wage said that if he finds a new club, Nantes is ready to release him for free.
Wague has been struggling to gain playing time on Antoine Kombouare’s team, and he has not entered their matchday lineup this season.
The 30-year-old joined Nantes from Udinese in July 2019. His last appearance for Canary was in a 3-3 draw with Dijon in the Ligue 1 in February 2020.
After entering the final year of his contract and Nantes does not intend to extend his stay, he believes that his experience in various competitions will benefit his next club as he will continue to seek new challenges.
“I am currently in Nantes, waiting for the challenge. My contract is until 2022, but the club has made it clear to me that if I find a club, they will set me free. This is the situation today,” Wagge told Plantar market.
“I can come freely. If there is a club, Nantes will let me go free of charge. I am determined and ready to start again and rediscover the collective life, especially the competition and public taste, because it makes us feel excited.
“I have experience. I have participated in four Afcon matches. I have played in Serie A, Premier League and Ligue 1. I want to use all of these to help my next club and accept this challenge.”
Wagger was loaned to Amiens last season. He made 24 appearances in League 2 and they are ranked 10th in the standings.
He recalled his contribution to the Unicorns before missing the 2020-21 season due to injury.
“I am about to end the Ligue 2 season in Amiens, where I am the undisputed holder,” he added.
“Due to the injury at the end of the season, I played 24 games and obviously I am recovering well. In these 24 games, we finished 10 games with zero goals. I personally think this is a satisfactory season. , Although I would have liked better results.”