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Ghana's Kwadwo Asamoah will remain at Juventus
Ghanaian midfilder rubbishes reports suggesting his departure from Juventus to Chelsea
Mohamad Mosselhi , Tuesday 7 Jan 2014
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Ghana's Kwadwo Asamoah (Photo: Reuters)

Juventus' Ghanaian midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah has ruled out reports concerning a move to Premier League side Chelsea during the winter transfer window.

The 25-year-old was linked to Chelsea after the latter showed interest in the player but he insisted he has no plans to leave the Old Ladies.

''I am doing well and Juve is one of the biggest clubs in the world. Moving to another club has not come to mind,'' he was quoted as saying by Ghanasoccernet.

"The most important thing is to be on the field and do what you have to do. I have a manager who will do that job.

 "At the moment, I have not spoken to anyone. There are people who used to call me about clubs interested in me, but I don’t put my mind on those things,” Asamoah said.

The international midfielder who has produced a string of strong displays with Juventus this season was instrumental in his side's triumphant campaign in the Serie A campaign last season.

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