(EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn.) -- Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin reportedly has so many issues with the team, he has requested a trade, ESPN.com's John Clayton confirmed.
On Tuesday, Harvin voiced his frustration towards the organization. He wouldn't get into specifics, but he said there were several issues that he had with the team and wanted them resolved by the start of training camp in July.
"I just put it this way, there's a lot of different things that have to be sorted out," Harvin said on Tuesday. "Just haven't been really happy lately. We've got a couple things to work on. I'm here in the classroom. We'll go from there."
Apparently Harvin's issues with the team are strong enough that he wants out of Minnesota. Despite his request, general manager has confirmed that the team will not look to trade Harvin.
"I feel like when he and I sit down and talk in depth," Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier said, "whatever is in his heart or his mind, we'll get through it."
In his third season in the NFL and with the Vikings, Harvin caught 87 passes for 967 while also rushing for 345 yards.
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