Dutch striker Vivianne Miedema has revealed she has spoken to Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona about a move but has not ruled out staying with Arsenal.
The 25-year-old Dutch international is out of contract in the summer meaning she is free to sign a pre-contract agreement with teams outside of England, and after five years with Arsenal she is considering a change in club.
Arsenal are currently top of the Women’s Super League but winning the Champions League may be easier with either the French or Spanish club.
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Speaking to Dutch newspaper AD, the forward said she was not set on leaving Arsenal but wanted to be at the right club.
“In the coming weeks I have to get a certain feeling for the right club,” she said. “[But] the door to Arsenal is definitely not closed yet.
“I want to win the Champions League. I want to get the most out of it [her career]. That means I may have to take the next step. I’m 25 and that’s still quite young, but I’ve been around for a while.”
“The years to come should officially be my peak years,” she continued. “I have to spend it somewhere at a club that best suits my ambitions.”
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