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Daniel Carrico is attracting interest from other clubs but no deal is imminent, according to Reading director of football Nick Hammond.

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Carrico joined the Royals in January but made just three Premier League appearances due to a number of factors.

Hammond told the club's official website: "I feel for him, he came in January and following both his contractual situation and an injury he wasn't up to speed at first. But he's been a great professional, he works hard and he's a good player.

"There is some interest but we'll see how it progresses, there are no done deals.

"It's been tough for him, he's become frustrated with the situation but I want to re-iterate he's a good man, works every day and the level of club interested tells you what a good player he is.

"Is there a done deal? No. Is there likely to be? Possibly."

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