LIVERPOOL target Nacer Chadli is set to hold out for a move to the Premier League, according to The Express.
The FC Twente midfielder has had a terrific season in the Eredivisie, scoring 12 goals in his 26 appearances for the Dutch side.
And it seems Chadli is eager to ignore the interest from Ukrainian giants Shakhtar Donetsk, to wait for a move to the Premier League. That’s according to his agent, Daniel Evrard:
“It is hard to choose Ukraine this early in the transfer window, when everyone around him wants to see him play on a Saturday in the Premier League, a competition he wants to go to really bad,” Evrard told Dutch publication De Telegraaf.
“It is not easy for a player to take the right decision.
“Financially Shakhtar was very interesting and then it’s hard to stay patient. But Chandli doesn’t want to rush things.”
The 23-year-old has finished his 3rd season with FC Twente, and has started to play a more involved role in the Belgium national team. The midfielder did play for the Moroccan national team, but as it was a non-competitive game, he was then able to switch and play for Belgium, due to his dual citizenship.
Chadli is wanted by Liverpool, and Tottenham Hotspur.
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