Manchester City striker rules out part-exchange move for PSV defender

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Manchester City striker John Guidetti has dismissed the possibility of a move to PSV Eindhoven as part of a deal to bring Jetro Willems to the Premier League.

The 20-year-old enjoyed a season on loan at Feyenoord last term, with his form at De Kuip leading to senior international recognition with Sweden.

And, his allegiance to the Rotterdam-based outfit is clear, with Guidetti dismissing the notion of joining an Eredivisie rival.

"I will never, ever play for PSV. In the Netherlands, Feyenoord are the only club I would want to play for. Everyone knows that," he said, according to Sky Sports.

Guidetti is yet to make a Premier League appearance for Manchester City, having joined the club from Brommapojkarna in his homeland in 2010.

Loan spells at his former club, Burnley and then Feyenoord last season have helped the player progress and build a reputation as a potential star, with impressive performances for the Citizens EDS team this term bringing the player to further prominence at the Etihad Stadium.

Indeed, manager Roberto Mancini has heaped praise on Guidetti earlier in the campaign, although the Swede has been unable to add on the solitary League Cup appearance made against West Brom back in September 2010.

However, the 20-year-old appears committed to the cause at Manchester City, and won’t be leaving for the Phillips Stadium anytime soon.

And, if Mancini does want to bring Willems to the club, then a different deal will have to agreed.

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