Okore has options for January

Young Nordsjaelland defender Jores Okore has admitted he is yet to decide where his future lies, but has plenty of options to choose from.

Last Updated: 18/12/12 at 17:19 Post Comment

Jores Okore: Reportedly attracting interest from across Europe, including from C

Jores Okore: Reportedly attracting interest from across Europe, including from C

Nordsjaelland finished bottom of Champions League Group E, below Juventus, Shaktar Donetsk and Chelsea, but the exposure of the tournament has seen interest in several of their key players.

Okore in particular drew attention for his performances against Chelsea and in their draw with Juventus.

With Nordsjaelland resigned to losing a number of their players in the January window, the Denmark international is eager to move on if the right opportunity arises.

He told DR Sporten: "My future is bright and I have plenty of options.

"I'm happy at Nordsjaelland where we have a lot of challenges ahead but I also believe that I can secure a move abroad at some point.

"I want to play abroad in the near future so my hope is obviously to have a career abroad sometime soon."

Nordsjaelland currently sit 12 points behind leaders FC Copenhagen in the Danish Superliga going into the winter break.

Okore has made 22 appearances for Nordsjaelland this season, scoring twice, with Chelsea, Manchester United and Juventus all linked with his services.

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