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Navas flattered by City link

Sevilla winger Jesus Navas has welcomed speculation suggesting he could be a summer transfer target for Manchester City.

Last Updated: 17/05/13 at 19:03 Post Comment

Jesus Navas: Ruling nothing out ahead of summer transfer window

Jesus Navas: Ruling nothing out ahead of summer transfer window

The Spain international has spent his entire career to date on the books of his home-town club.

Now 27 years of age, he has been a loyal servant to Sevilla - a club that has provided the platform for him to become a World Cup and European Championship winner.

There have, however, been murmurings of late that suggest Navas could soon be on his way to pastures new.

City, who will look to freshen up their ranks this summer, are reported to be among those considering an approach.

Navas is refusing to rule anything out, claiming he is flattered to be linked with such a high-profile Premier League outfit.

He told La Sexta: "I am prepared for anything.

"I want to keep progressing and pushing for titles because I am used to such nice things, but I am happy here.

"City's interest? I would be excited to be there and I can dream, but we'll wait until the end of the season and look at the summer to see what happens."

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