Kwadwo Asamoah hints at Udinese exit

Mohamad Mosselhi , Thursday 7 Jun 2012

Ghanaian striker Kwadwo Asamoah says he could leave the Italian side Udinese this summer

Kwadwo Asamoah
Ghana's Kwadwo Asamoah (Photo: AP)

Udinese's Ghanaian striker Kwadwo Asamoah said on Thursday he could exit Udinese this summer and welcomed the Premier League as a new destination.

Several reports linked the 23-year-old striker with a possible move to Premier League giant Manchester United or Serie A champions Juventus which showed all interest in the player.

Asomaoh who is actually on duty with the Black stars in their campaign at the 2014 World Cup qualifiers confirmed that his future is still unclear.

"Attention is now on Ghana and I hope to have news next week," Asamoah was quoted as saying by Sky Sports.

"Can't say a lot except that wherever my future is I want to win things and better myself as a player. I will let you know where that is," he added.

Udinese revealed on Wednesday that they are in talks with the serie A giants Juventus concerning a possible move for the Ghanaian striker but they insisted no deal has been concluded yet.

The international striker played 31 games the last season with Udinese and he scored three goals as the club finished third in the Italian League.

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