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The Hungarian star admits to being flattered by the interests of the Arsenal

Date of publication: Thursday, March 21, 2019 3:32

RB Salzburg midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai revealed he was flattered by the interests of some of the best clubs in Europe, including the Arsenal.

The gunners – as well as the Juventus and Bundesliga champions, Bayern Monaco, in Serie A, are monitoring the 18-year-old Hungarian national.

He entered Salzburg in 2017 and recently signed a new three-year contract at the club, admitting he is happy in Austria for the moment, but is aware of the speculations surrounding him.

"Many people say that my style of play is close to Sergej Milinkovic-Savic [of Lazio] and Toni Kroos [of Real Madrid]. It's a great thing to hear him say, "said Szoboszlai.

"C & # 39; s been a lot of speculation recently [about my future]. Of course, it's a great honor to be tied to giant clubs like Juventus, Bayern or Arsenal, but at this stage of my career, I focus only on my current tasks and my development in Salzburg.

"I am part of a great club and a very successful team. My goal is to earn a regular place in midfield. Everything else can only come after. Every player wants to play in one of the best leagues and the Champions League one day.

"I am not an exception, but there is a lot of work to be done to achieve it. I am in a good way, but the journey has just begun."

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