Monday, 27th May, 2013
FC Twente winger Nacer Chadli insists he has not had any offers from clubs for his signature, but admitted a lack of European football next season could influence his decision.
Twente are ready to sell Chadli, but only to a club abroad, as interest from Borussia Dortmund, Liverpool and Juventus also heats up.
Belgian international Chadli may have played his last game for Twente on Sunday, as the club missed out on Europa League qualification after a 3-2 aggregate playoff defeat to FC Utrecht.
With Ajax also courting the 23-year-old, Twente will be keen to cash in on their starlet, whose contract runs until the summer of next year, but Chadli told NUSport: "I have not had a concrete offer, so for now I stay at FC Twente.
"Of course, with the World Cup coming, it is important for me that I get playing time. We need to see what the club will do."
When asked if Twente’s failure to obtain a European spot could have an impact on his future, Chadli said: "Of course that plays into my considerations.
"I do not know what the club want and I will also need to consider what I really want myself.
"You want to get European football every year and it is not good for us that it did not work."
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