Rovers star planning summer exit
Blackburn midfielder Mauro Formica has been tipped to depart Ewood Park during the summer, amid the uncertainty surrounding Rovers.
Formica has reportedly been unsuccessful in his attempts to speak to the club since their relegation from the Premier League and the Argentine midfielder is now ready to consider his options.
The club's owners Venky's are yet to make a decision on the future of manager Steve Kean and this has brought a standstill to Rovers' plans for the 2012/2013 campaign - a situation that has frustrated Formica and a number of other Blackburn players.
A source close to Formica told the Lancashire Telegraph: "I donŽt know what happening with Mauro, because in the past three weeks it was impossible to talk with anyone in Blackburn.
"We want to know the BlackburnŽs ideas about the future, but he is looking for another club in Europe. I think it is the better way."
There has been speculation linking Formica with a move for Turkey or Italy and the 24-year-old could be set for a summer exit before the transfer window slams shut.
However, Rovers will hope to recoup at least the £3.5million they paid Newell's Old Boys for Formica in January 2011 as the midfielder is contracted to the Ewood Park side until the summer of 2014.