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CRYSTAL PALACE, Max MEYER: "I can't rule a Bundesliga move back"

21.02.2020 11.26 by Claudio Colla  read 428
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Interviewed by German broadcast Sport 1, 24-year old attacking midfielder Max Meyer, playing for Crystal Palace since 2018/19, talked about the chance for him for a summer change: "I'm still on a deal with Eagles a year and a half long, but I'm going to meet the club and sum up what's going on, after current season's over. Right now I'm only focused on my Premier League tenure, but I can't rule out a Bundesliga move back". Meyer used to play for Schalke 04, all the way back from junior years.

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