Anthony Reveillere set for Premier League move?

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French defender Anthony Reveillere is wanted at a number of Premier League clubs, according to Sky Sports.

The 33-year-old right-back is currently a free agent, having left Lyon after ten years of service during which he managed 226 league appearances.

The full-back's experience is said to be something attracting numerous managers in the Premier League, with the Frenchman winning the Ligue 1 title five times with the French outfit, and being a regular component in Lyon's defence on their Champions League campaigns.

One club interested in Reveillere has been newly-promoted Cardiff City, who are keen to add said experience to their ranks as they prepare for life in the Premier League.

Reveillere's agent, Willie McKay, claimed that numerous clubs have shown their interest in taking the defender, who McKay says is keen on a move to England.

"Anthony is one of the best free transfers in Europe this summer and it is no surprise that a number of clubs are keen on him," he told Sky Sports. "I am speaking to several clubs about Anthony possibly coming to England and it is somewhere that Anthony would like to play.

"Anthony has played at the highest level for club and country for the last ten years and he would be a massive success in the Premier League if he moved to England."

Reveillere has been capped a total of 19 times for France, representing his nation most notably at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.


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