Arsenal target Yann M’Vila won’t discuss future until after Euros
Yann M'Vila says he will not consider his future until after this summer's European championship in Poland and Ukraine
Yann M’Vila insists he will not discuss a possible move to the Premier League until after the European championship.
The Rennes defensive midfielder has been heavily linked with a move to England in recent weeks, with Arsenal reportedly leading the chase for the 21-year-old’s signature.
But M’Vila, who admits a move to the English top flight is an attractive option, has declared that his sole focus is on helping France at Euro 2012 in Poland and Ukraine.
“My present at the moment is France,” he told Goal.com. “After the Euros we will see what happens with my future. There are many options open and I still don’t know what will happen.
“We will have to talk about everything in a relaxed way but I don’t think my signing for another club will depend on what happens in the Euros.
“Do I like the Premier League? Who doesn’t?”
M’Vila’s comments come after Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny said he would try and convince the midfielder to join the Gunners over the summer.
“Yann is a player with enormous quality,” said the France centre-half. “He is strong on the ball and has great vision. He can triumph in an important competition like the Premier League.
“Would he be good at Arsenal? Of course. I will try to convince him to come when we are together at the Euros.”
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