Striker in dark over Terriers

ADO Den Haag striker Mike van Duinen insists he knows nothing of reported interest from Huddersfield Town.

Last Updated: 30/04/13 at 14:04 Post Comment

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Reports in Holland have claimed that Town are lining up a move for the 21-year-old striker.

Van Duinen made his debut for Den Haag last season and has progressed well this term with 10 goals in the Dutch top-flight.

Now he is being linked with a move to England, but he admits he has not heard anything from Huddersfield.

"I know nothing. I really know nothing," Van Duinen told Omroepwest.

"I can therefore say I know nothing about it."

Asked whether he had thought about moving to England, he added: "In the future, but right now I do not think about it."

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