Lazarevic: No West Brom talks

Slovenia winger Dejan Lazarevic says he knows knows nothing of reported interest from West Bromwich Albion.

Last Updated: 03/05/13 at 15:19 Post Comment

Dejan Lazarevic: Slovenia winger impressing in loan spell with West Brom

Dejan Lazarevic: Slovenia winger impressing in loan spell with West Brom

Reports in Italy have stated that the Baggies have been scouting the 23-year-old international.

He has spent the season on loan in Serie B with Modena from parent club Genoa and is now reported to have attracted the attention of a number of clubs.

"I saw what was written in the media but believe me when I say that I don't know much about this," he told Ekipa.

"But I cannot hide the fact that it is nice to hear that I'm being watched in England. Would I like to move there? Tell me, who wouldn't want to play in one of the strongest leagues in the world."

Lazarevic's agent Marcel Kacinari added: "Something is going on. There are talks but nothing concrete.

"I can't talk about clubs but I can say that there is interest for Dejan from Italy, England and Spain."

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