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Arsenal midfielder target wants to move to Serie A

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Arsenal target Zdravko Kuzmanovic admits he would like to move to Serie A in the summer, with his contract at Stuttgart coming to an end, reports Sky Sports.

The 25-year-old midfielder has been heavily linked with a move away from Germany this month, as he enters the final six months of his current deal.

Gunners boss Arsene Wenger is a long-term admirer of the Swiss born Bosnian-Serb, and was rumoured to be interested in bringing him to the Emirates Stadium.

However, any hopes Arsenal may have had of securing Kuzmanovic's signature have been dealt a blow, after he hinted that he would like to return to Italy, where he previously plied his trade with Fiorentina.

"My relationship with Stuttgart is very good, but I am out of contract at the end of the season," he told Tuttomercatoweb. "And, we have not discussed the possibility of a new deal.

"In regards to the future, I have a clear idea. I want to come and play in Italy once again because I know the language and I like the type of football they play."

Kuzmanovic enjoyed two-and-a-half years at the Stadio Artemio Franchi, before he made the £7million switch to the Bundesliga in 2009.

In the past three seasons, he's made 95 appearances for Stuttgart, scoring 17 goals, but feels it's now time to move on.

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