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Sagbo tempted by moves

Evian striker Yannick Sagbo is keen to follow his brother Guy Demel to England, but he admits the lure of Marseille is huge.

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Yannick Sagbo: Keen on England and Marseille

Yannick Sagbo: Keen on England and Marseille

The Ivorian frontman is being strongly linked with a move away from Les Roses after three-years with the French club.

The 24-year-old has interest in England and Germany, but he is also linked with Marseille.

"To be honest I want to move from Evian," he told Sky Sports.

"They are a good club, however I want to try something else, the thing is I do not want to leave on the bad terms with this club, they have been fantastic to me.

"I would love to play in England but if there is a big opportunity here with Marseille, I will take it, as you know I was born in Marseille and it is my club, however playing there for few years will diminish my appetite to go to England."

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