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Wanyama admits he could move

Celtic midfield star Victor Wanyama admits there are 'talks' about his future, but he is currently concentrating on international duties.

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Victor Wanyama: Celtic midfielder says talks over his future are ongoing

Victor Wanyama: Celtic midfielder says talks over his future are ongoing

Wanyama captained Kenya against Nigeria last week when they lost 1-0, and he remains in his homeland for a World Cup qualifier with Malawi later this week.

The 21-year-old talked to Kenya's national TV station NTV about his Celtic future as he is continually linked with a move to England.

"I still have a contract with Celtic and I am their player," he said. "If anything comes up and it is good for me and the club, from there I will move on."

Asked whether he is in talks with any English Premier League sides, he added: "At the moment there are some things, some talks going on.

"But I am concentrating with the national side and I have left that with my agent and I have not contacted him.

"I will find out what's going on when I get back," added Wanyama, who is likely to be forced to sit out the Malawi game due to a leg injury.

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