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Mulumbu seeks 'classy club'

Youssouf Mulumbu says he will jump at the chance to leave West Bromwich Albion for a 'classy club' if the opportunity arises.

Last Updated: 30/11/13 at 14:30 Post Comment

Youssouf Mulumbu: Feels he is ready to turn out in Europe

Youssouf Mulumbu: Feels he is ready to turn out in Europe

The Congolese midfielder has been at The Hawthorns since being snapped up from Paris St Germain in 2009.

The Baggies have helped the 26-year-old to raise his profile, and he admits he owes the club 'a lot'.

Mulumbu has, however, aired a desire to step up to the next level and secure a switch to a side that is regularly competing in Europe.

"I have been at West Brom for almost five years. They are a family club, with good spirit," Mulumbu told France Football.

"But I spoke to the coach and the director of football and they know my ambitions for the future.

"If I get the chance to join a more classy club, I will do so.

"I owe West Brom a lot. But I have now reached a level where I can go somewhere else and play in the Europa League or Champions League."

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