Young Swede hopeful of securing move to get games.
Manchester Striker John Guidetti has said that he is prepared to move on from the club in the new year in order to get more game time, Sky Sports reports.
The Swedish striker is still highly thought of at the Eithad Stadium, bus has failed to make a breakthrough into the City first team and has subsequently been left frustrated at his lack of opportunity.
He was initially sent out on loan by City to gain valuable experience, and impressed while netting 20 times for Feyenoord in 2011/12.
He was expected to make an impact upon his return to England, thinking that the season in the Eredivise would unlock a number of doors for him, though he has spent the majority of that time on the sidelines.
Undergoing knee surgery over the summer did his chances of impressing new boss Manuel Pellegrini no good, and it is thought that he will now likely move on when the transfer window reopens in the new year.
Various clubs from across Europe are said to be keen on taking the 21-year-old on board, but he is ruling nothing out at this stage.
Guidetti told TV4: “I want to play football. Whether that is at Manchester City or somewhere else, I don’t know.
“Right now, it’s a matter of training and fighting. Then, in January and onwards, it’s time to show.”