Kondogbia coy on future talk

Sevilla's highly-rated midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia is giving little away when it comes to talk of a possible move.

Last Updated: 23/06/13 at 18:36 Post Comment

Geoffrey Kondogbia: Has caught the eye at Sevilla

Geoffrey Kondogbia: Has caught the eye at Sevilla

The 20-year-old is among the most sought-after young talents in Europe, with the likes of Real Madrid and Chelsea said to be closely monitoring his progress.

A switch to either Santiago Bernabeu or Stamford Bridge has been mooted ahead of the summer transfer window.

Kondogbia is aware of the rumours and admits to being flattered by them.

He is, however, currently focused on the U20 World Cup with France and will put any issues regarding his future to one side until his involvement in that tournament comes to an end.

Kondogbia said: "I am flattered to be linked with Real Madrid.

"They are a top club, but Sevilla are fantastic for me at the moment.

"Chelsea are also a great team with a great manager, so let's wait and see what will happen after the World Cup."

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