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Arsenal, United, Chelsea & Spurs Alerted After Goal Machine Reveals Premiership Dream

Samuel Eto’o has shocked Inter after stating he wants a move to the Premiership. The flamboyant forward has made the claim just 24 hours after coach Leonardo confirmed he is leaving the San Siro for PSG. Eto’o told Corriere dello Sport:

“I’m evaluating some suggestions: I have a month to decide whether to stay or choose the Premier League.

“I’m 30 so I will have to consider well before the last real contract. I won the gamble to be able to play in Italy and in my mind the time to play in England is now approaching.”

Chelsea, Manchester United, Tottenham and Arsenal will all be keen on the Cameroon ace, but it remains to be seen if Inter will allow the former Barca man to leave.

Eto’o arrived in Italy back in 2009 after Barcelona paid Inter $48m for Zlatan Ibrahimovic with Eto’o included in the deal. The 30-year old has enjoyed a prolific time whilst in Italy, scoring 33 times in just over 60 appearances for the club, which is even more impressive with the striker often playing out on the wing.

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  1. Gary Sampson

    June 17, 2011 at 8:18 pm

    If Chelsea are going for Lukaku and Modric they may have decided to forget about Neymar. This will be a great pity. I think Neymar would have made a huge impact on England, but Santos have priced him out of the market. It’s unlikely that Real Madrid will pay more than Chelsea, which means Neymar is likely to remain in Brazil. And will he get a better price next year? Even if the price remained unchanged it would be unlikely. Unfortunately for Neymar, his career could end where he is now.

  2. michbene

    June 17, 2011 at 8:23 pm


  3. Momoh david

    June 17, 2011 at 8:38 pm

    I tink if arsenal can get Eto’o their attackin line wil be compelet and it wil be very hot

  4. The Brigadier

    June 18, 2011 at 2:18 am

    Would we want another African player? I think not

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