Udinese midfielder would be 'very happy' to join Liverpool

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Udinese midfielder Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu claims he would be 'very happy' to join Liverpool were the opportunity to present itself, although the adds that he feels settled with his Italian employers.

Reports emerged last month that the Reds were considering a £7 million bid for the Ghana international, while speculation has intensified in recent days that Merseyside is a likely destination.

Agyemang-Badu says that any reports about interest from Liverpool are news to him at present, although a transfer to Anfield would be something the 23-year-old would consider in order to further his career.

"I have not heard anything from my agent - at the moment it is all speculation," he told

"We will have to see what happens in the next two weeks because it has always been my dream to play in England.

"We played against Liverpool in the Europa League last year so I know all about them. They are a really good team who have been performing well this season and I would be very happy to join them.

"I’m settled in Italy but the chance to play for such a big club is something I couldn’t pass up."

Despite his relatively tender years, Agyemang-Badu already has over 40 caps for Ghana and has scored seven goals for his country.

He signed for Udinese as a teenager and has made a total of 79 appearances during this during his four-and-a-half seasons with the club. The holding player has, however, started less than half of his club's fixtures in Serie A this term.

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