Greek International not giving anything away.
Arsenal target Kostas Mitroglu has refused to be drawn in on speculation surrounding his future following Fulham’s relegation from the Premier League earlier this month, Sky Sports reports.
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The Greece international made a £12m move to Fulham during the January transfer window as they sought for someone to help turn their fortunes around, however, injuries restricted him to just three appearances as the club slid down to the second tier.
Speculation surrounding his future has been rife once again, though he has insisted that his main focus is with Greece’s World Cup campaign.
The 26-year-old says that will remain the case for the foreseeable future, with there no plans on his part to discuss what will happen on his return to England.
However, with four years still to run on his current contract it remains to be seen whether the club will be able to afford him in the Championship.
Mitroglou said in the Evening Standard when pressed on where he sees himself in 2014/15: “I do not want to talk about next season.
“I prefer to stay committed to the national team and the big summer ahead.
“It is a big honour to play in a World Cup and I want to be committed to this feast of football.”
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