Guidetti not interested in PSV

Manchester City striker John Guidetti says there is no chance of him joining PSV Eindhoven as part of a swap deal for Jetro Willems.

Last Updated: 09/04/13 at 13:46 Post Comment

John Guidetti: Impressed in the red and white of Feyenoord last season

John Guidetti: Impressed in the red and white of Feyenoord last season

Guidetti went on loan to Feyenoord last season and says the Rotterdam-based club is the only one he wants to represent in the country.

He was recently linked with PSV with City reportedly keen to sign defender Willems this summer.

Guidetti has been with City since the age of 16 but has not played for the first team since a Carling Cup outing against West Brom in September 2010, instead spending time on loan with Brommapojkarna in Sweden, Burnley and then Feyenoord.

A mystery virus saw his 2011-12 season ended early, and cost him an outside chance of going to Euro 2012 with Sweden, but he returned to full health this season and has been continuing his development with City's EDS side, earning praise from manager Roberto Mancini.

But on the potential of a move, he told AD Sportwereld: "I will never, ever play for PSV. In the Netherlands, Feyenoord are the only club I would want to play for. Everyone knows that."

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