Man City’s Feyenoord loanee Guidetti open to January move

Manchester City’s John Guidetti is not ruling out a move away from loan club Feyenoord Rotterdam.

Manchester City’s John Guidetti is not ruling out a move away from loan club Feyenoord Rotterdam.

The 19-year old Swedish striker has enjoyed the first half of the season in the Dutch Eredvisie, scoring 11 goals in 12 appearances, and although he has extended his loan with Feyenoord until the end of the season, he could still move this winter if a big club was to come in for him.

"The transfer market is open until the end of January, you never know what will happen," he told NUSport. "Nothing is impossible.

"If I say I'm staying and then two weeks later I leave, that makes me the biggest a**hole in the world.

"So I'm not saying anything. If the opportunity of a lifetime comes along, I'll grab it. But I have no concrete evidence that such a transfer is coming, so probably not."

And there is also speculation that Arsenal are showing interest in Guidetti, but if they are, he knows nothing about it.

"There is a difference between hearing something and them actually wanting to do something,” he added.

"I pay no attention to all these stories about me. If a club's interest is definite, please let me know. Feyenoord have yet to tell me."

 

Click here to reach the No1 destination for hard news and exciting gossip on Manchester City

Have your say