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Pogrebnyak's future uncertain

Reading striker Pavel Pogrebnyak says he is still not sure about his future at the Championship club.

Last Updated: 23/08/13 at 11:56 Post Comment

Pavel Pogrebnyak: Not sure about his future at the Championship club

Pavel Pogrebnyak: Not sure about his future at the Championship club

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Pogrebnyak has been linked with Scottish giants Celtic and Russian outfit Rubin Kazan.

When asked about the chances of him staying at Reading, Pogrebnyak told Sport-express: "It's likely (that I stay). But anything can happen. Until the last day of the transfer period many things can happen."

But Pogrebnyak dismissed the link with Celtic and Rubin, adding: "This is not true."

However, the Russia striker did not rule out a return to his homeland before the deadline.

He said: "If there were suitable possibilities then why not?"

Pogrebnyak has been out of favour so far this season and he added: "It seems the manager thinks that before the end of the transfer window it's not easy for me to concentrate on the team's play."

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