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Cirigliano eyes Spanish move

River Plate midfielder Ezequiel Cirigliano has admitted he would consider a move to Spain after reportedly attracting interest from Europe.

Last Updated: 22/06/13 at 16:47 Post Comment

Ezequiel Cirigliano: May consider a move away from River Plate

Ezequiel Cirigliano: May consider a move away from River Plate

Cirigliano has been linked with the likes of Manchester City and Arsenal in England, as well as a host of Primera Liga clubs.

He has struggled to hold on to a regular spot in the River Plate team and is prepared to think about a move elsewhere if he continues to remain on the sidelines.

"If I had the chance to choose a place where I would play, that would be in Spain," said the 20-year-old.

"I am comfortable at River, but if I receive an interesting proposal I would analyse it. I would like to play in the Spanish Liga.

"I would like to have the chance to play more frequently and win myself a place in the team so I don't have to leave the club, but if that isn't possible, then I will have to pay attention to the transfer window."

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