Arsenal target could still make summer move

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Arsenal target Kwadwo Asamoah could be heading for an Udinese exit this summer, according to the player's agent.

With only two weeks left in the transfer window, a possible move for the Ghanaian international appeared to have hit the wall. However, Claudio Vagheggi insists that Arsenal are interested in the player and could still make their move.

Asamoah impressed for the Black Stars during the World Cup in South Africa as his country took the hopes of a continent all the way to the quarter-finals, only to lose on penalties to South Africa.

A string of fine performances from the 21-year-old had reportedly caught the eye of Gunners boss Arsene Wenger, who was already being linked with the player before the tournament.

The midfielder signed for the Zebrette in January 2009 after a successful loan stint at the Stadio Friul, but a potential move away from the Serie 'A' side seems more than a possibility.

"There are several interested teams. in England there is Arsenal," Vagheggi told

"There are about two weeks to the end of the market, we must consider whether we receive any important proposals for the player and the club."

The north London club aren't the only side interested in the talented youngster however, with the agent revealing that other Italian sides are considering bids for the player.

"In Italy, Fiorentina like him and there is also a big Serie A club who is interested in Kwadwo. Although for the moment there is nothing concrete, we must wait and the next few days will be decisive. Asamoah is happy but if the right offer comes in he will consider it."

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