It looks as if David Vanecek may be set to end his Hearts spell after just six months at the club. According to the Scottish Sun, Hungarian side Puskas Akademia are after the Jambos flop.

The report claims that they will be willing to offer Vanecek a way out of his Tynecastle hell. Czech Republic-based club Sigma Olomouc are also reportedly keeping tabs on him.

A potential escape route for David Vanecek. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

If there is genuine interest in him, it may be a good deal for both parties.

Are Hearts willing to cut Vanecek after six months?

There’s no disputing how bad Vanecek has been. He has done less than nothing since arriving from Teplice. Despite this, it’s important to remember he’s only been here since January.

Would Craig Levein want to cut his Czech striker after a short period at the club? Big things were expected of him when he arrived. He has failed to deliver anything really.

Vanecek only arrived six months ago.

Does Levein want to cut his losses?  (photo by Alan Rennie/Action Plus via Getty Images)

It may be best if he just goes. Is Vanecek really going to get firing and score on a regular basis at Hearts? Probably not. Levein may be better off just cutting his losses with him and clearing his wage off the Jambos’ outgoing finances.

Disappointment is the word that some may use to describe Vanecek. Others may say he’s been terrible. Whatever way you swing it, his Tynecastle spell has been a disaster, for club and for him.

It may be best for everyone if Vanecek moves on.

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