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Danilo staying at Porto

Brazilian defender Danilo has insisted that he is happy at Porto after being linked with a summer move to Arsenal.

Last Updated: 06/06/14 at 17:42 Post Comment

Danilo: Porto full-back happy where he is

Danilo: Porto full-back happy where he is

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Reports have claimed that Danilo is among the options being considered by Arsene Wenger to replace Bacary Sagna, who has confirmed he is leaving Arsenal on a free transfer.

However, Danilo is prepared to leave his future in the hands of Porto and the right-back will wait to see if there are any offers to leave.

"I'll say what is usually said, I am contracted until 2016," the 22-year-old told ESPN Brazil.

"I am playing at Porto and have been playing well, which makes you get linked with top clubs.

"But there is a big difference between that and an offer that Porto accepts. I am happy at the moment and I am prepared to return to Porto.

"If something good for everyone comes along, we'll sit down, but for now it is just speculation."

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