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UDINESE, Jankto: "Premier League in my future? Yes, but know staying put is important"

05.12.2017 20.40 by Claudio Colla  read 1317
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Coming from a double scored last night, in Matchday 15 away game against Crotone, Udinese and Czech international midfielder/winger Jakub Jankto (21), asked by Sky Sport Italia about his future, stated: "You say my name has been linked to several clubs, but I tell you I'm only focusing on Udinese, it's just December. I like being compared to Zielinski, he's a dear friend of mine. Having a Premier League future? As I said before, I don't want to play in Italy all my career long. Now, however, playing for Udinese is very important for my career". Jankto, currently on a deal with Zebrette until June 2021, is drumming interest up from Juventus, Inter Milan, AS Roma, Arsenal, Everton, and Watford.

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