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Arsenal target Mario Gotze could remain at Borussia Dortmund


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By James McLean

Monday 09 January 2012

Mario Gotze has dampened Arsene Wenger’s hopes of signing him for Arsenal after admitting that he could sign a contract extension at the Bundesliga champions, according to a report on goal.com. The 19-year-old has been consistently linked with a move to the Premier League, with Arsenal regularly leading the pack vying for his signature. However, the Germany international has stated that he feels “very well” at the Westfalenstadion.


He said: “Of course I can imagine signing another contract extension with Borussia Dortmund. I have always said that I'm feeling very well here and that hasn't changed.” His stance is believed to have been spurred on by his club’s capture of £14.4m signing Marco Reuss, as he added: “This is a super sign, that we can get such an outstanding player.”


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