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Chelsea & Manchester City target hints at move

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Sevilla star Geoffrey Kondogbia has been linked with a summer move to Chelsea, Manchester City and Real Madrid and he's refused to rule out a transfer, according to Sky Sports.

The Frenchman only moved to the Spanish club at the end of last season, but has enjoyed a standout first campaign in La Liga.

And the 20-year-old defensive midfielder has attracted interest from some of Europe's top clubs, with Chelsea, Manchester City and Real Madrid all hoping to lure him away from the southern Spanish city

Kondogbia, who signed a five-year deal last summer, has refused to rule out moving on, sparking speculation he could be set to leave the club.

"I have four years left of my contract, but you never know," Kondogbia told Onda Cero Radio.

"My goal is to finish the season and continue at Sevilla. What do I think of Madrid? I like Madrid, as I like other clubs. But I am happy at Sevilla."

The French under-20 international moved to Sevilla from Lens, and despite a successful season for the Frenchman personally, his club currently sit ninth in La Liga with just one game to play.

10 points off a European football qualification spot, Kondogbia could be tempted away from Sevilla by the promise of Champions League or Europa League football.

Real Madrid, Manchester City and Chelsea will all be in Europe's premier club competition next season. 

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