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Rincon ready to leave Hamburg

Venezuela star Tomas Rincon has told Hamburg that he is ready to leave unless they increase their contract offer.

Last Updated: 07/11/13 at 22:55 Post Comment

Thomas Rincon: Question marks over his future

Thomas Rincon: Question marks over his future

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The 25-year-old midfielder is out of contract at the end of the season and has been strongly linked with a move to England with the likes of Stoke, Sunderland and Fulham said to be monitoring his situation.

Hamburg are trying to tie the South American down to a new deal, but the wages on offer are proving an issue.

"I love Hamburger SV. But I will not accept this offer I have received," he told Hamburger Morgenpost.

"I know all about my value to the market and if we cannot agree, I will have to go."

Hamburger SV general manager Oliver Kreuzer looks unwilling to increase his offer.

"Tomas Eduardo Rincon has been handed a good contract offer. I don't have a queasy conscience. Either he is accepting it. Or he does not."

Meanwhile, Turkey international midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu has once again insisted there is no truth in stories linking him with a move to Galatasaray.

The highly-rated 19-year-old is being strongly linked with a move to the Istanbul giants.

Calhanoglu told spox.com: "There is no truth in those rumours. I am not in negotiations with Galatasaray regarding a transfer. I am a player of Hamburger SV!"

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