Dzeko agent claims Chelsea interest
Wednesday 13 January 2010
The agent of Edin Dzeko claims that Chelsea have emerged as potential suitors for the Wolfsburg striker.
Dzeko, 23, has been linked with moves to several leading European clubs after scoring 26 goals as the Wolves won last season's Bundesliga title.
AC Milan and Manchester United are both also believed to be interested in signing the highly-rated Bosnia international.
However, Dzeko's Italian agent, Silvano Martina, claims that Chelsea is the most likely Premier League destination for his client.
"I can confirm that Milan really like the player," he said. "At the time in Italy they are the club which showed most interest.
"But attention must be paid to Chelsea as the Blues are following Dzeko."
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