Cornelius welcomes interest

Copenhagen striker Andreas Cornelius is pleased to be attracting interest, with scouts flocking to watch him in action.

Last Updated: 30/04/13 at 15:18 Post Comment

Andreas Cornelius: Being heavily linked with a summer move to England

Andreas Cornelius: Being heavily linked with a summer move to England

The Denmark international is expected to be one the move this summer, with the Premier League his most likely destination.

Stoke are among those believed to be leading the chase for his signature, with Tony Pulis having spotted the 20-year-old's potential early.

They are by no means the only English side in the running, though, with Everton the latest side to have cast an eye over Cornelius - during Sunday's goalless draw with AGF.

The youngster is aware of the mounting speculation regarding his future, but insists no decision has been taken as yet and that he remains fully committed to Copenhagen for the time being.

Cornelius told BT: "It is nice to know that people think I'm good and that they are here to see me play.

"I don't know what it really means because I haven't heard anything so far, but they are welcome to watch.

"I will look towards the future after the season. For the moment, my focus is on Copenhagen and securing the title. If I do well, then everything is possible."

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