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Matavz would consider PSV exit

Tim Matavz says that he would be open to an exit from PSV at some point in the future.

Last Updated: 18/08/13 at 20:48 Post Comment

Tim Matavz: The striker says he would be open to a PSV exit in the future

Tim Matavz: The striker says he would be open to a PSV exit in the future

Southampton have been linked with a move for Matavz, while Benfica, Lazio and Stuttgart are also believed to have been monitoring the progress of the 24-year old striker who has impressed in his two-year spell with the Dutch giants.

The Slovenian has netted 41 times in 82 games since joining PSV, and he admits that he might be tempted into an exit if a club of greater stature came calling.

"If there will be a day when an offer from an even bigger club than PSV and from an even bigger league than Eredivisie will come to me, I would say yes of course," he told Delo.

"Who wouldn't? But so far I didn't get an offer like that.

"But to leave PSV just for the sake of it? There isn't any sense in that for me."

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