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Arsenal's Brazilian target 'happy' making Premier League move

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Porto's Brazilian sensation Hulk says he would be open to a move to the Barclays Premier League.

The 25-year-old was in sensational form for the Portuguese giants last season and has a release clause in his contract worth €100 million.

Arsenal were last week linked with a move for the striker, and Hulk admits a move to England does appeal.

 

"The Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga and Serie A are where people really want to play, where the stadiums are always full," he said.

"If I had to leave for one of those leagues, I would leave happily."

Arsenal's interest in Hulk could swell if captain Robin Van Persie decides against signing a new contract.

The club may be forced into selling the Dutch forward, like Arsenal did with Samir Nasri during the summer, instead of allowing him to run down his contract and being released on a free.

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