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Jores Okore's agent admits that the Danish starlet could move this month.

Last Updated: 18/01/13 at 21:58 Post Comment

Jores Okore: Linked with move to England

Jores Okore: Linked with move to England

The 20-year-old Danish international has a host of clubs from England chasing him with Chelsea, Manchester United, Liverpool, Newcastle and Fulham all linked.

Okore's agent refused to rule out that talks were ongoing, and admitted a deal could happen in January for the Nordsjaelland stopper.

"These are only rumours. Negotiations Ongoing with any club? No comment," Nikola Juric told Calciomercato.

"Obviously, Jores would like to prove himself in more competitive leagues, but we have no hurry. It could happen in January or in the summer.

"He is an intelligent guy and a model professional. The only thing I can say for sure, is that any choice won't be made for economic reasons. We seek a project and not the money. "

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