Magath plans to keep Farfan
Wednesday 10 November 2010
Schalke head coach Felix Magath has reiterated his desire to keep on-song frontman Jefferson Farfan at the Arena AufSchalke.
The Peruvian has been in fine form despite the side's early season struggles and Magath is keen to ward off any potential suitors.
"Farfan is not for sale at any price. We're not even considering cashing in on him. Additionally, I don't think he'd be interested in leaving Schalke for any of those clubs," Magath said.
"He is a class player who works hard, but with his fantastic shot he must make more runs into the box. He should score more goals than he currently does with his qualities."
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