Duncan linked with Sunderland

Inter Milan midfielder Alfred Duncan says that he is 'flattered' to be linked with Premier League side Sunderland.

Last Updated: 20/06/13 at 15:14 Post Comment

Alfred Duncan: Inter Milan midfielder has been linked with Sunderland

Alfred Duncan: Inter Milan midfielder has been linked with Sunderland

Duncan is regarded as one of Ghana's most promising young players and has been compared Chelsea's Michael Essien.

A move to the Stadium of Light has been mooted this summer, and the 20-year-old claims he is aware of the reported interest from Wearside.

Duncan said: "I am flattered by the interest of Sunderland. I know the scout of Sunderland has been watching me.

"To be honest, though, nothing has been done and Inter will have a big say if I leave Inter or not.

"Fans compare me with Essien and if I can have half of his career I will be very happy.

"He is the best midfielder ever in Ghana. He played box-to-box, could break play up and could dictate play at the same time."

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