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Rudiger not thinking of move

Stuttgart's Germany international centre-back Antonio Rudiger insists he is not thinking about the interest being shown in him from England.

Last Updated: 30/07/14 at 15:31 Post Comment

Antonio Rudiger: Happy at Stuttgart

Antonio Rudiger: Happy at Stuttgart

Both West Ham and Newcastle have shown an interest, whilst Portuguese giants Porto are also said to be keen.

The Hammers even had a bid rejected earlier in the summer, but now they are reported to be reviving an interest - but the 21-year-old remains calm.

 "It's fine to find out other clubs are interested in me. But my full focus is on Stuttgart," he told Sport-BILD weekly.

"I am under contract until June 2017 with the club and I do not force a move at this point in time. Of course, you never know in football. Still I am just focussed on my job and the new season.

"I have the best conditions to work at VfB Stuttgart, this will help me progress further. One day I want to come out for a big club in the Champions League. Anyway, this is still a long way off!"

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