According to Sky
“Here life is not a stress. It seems to be always a holiday. I want to stay here. Should one day I change, it will be for a move abroad,” he said.
Reports were linking the Swedish international to a Premier League move in January, as Tottenham are bereft of qualify midfielders this season. The form of the Londoners’ deep-lying playmakers and combative players has been a real worry for new manager Mauricio Pochettino.
Ekdal has impressed in the Italian Serie A this season, scoring 4 goals in 8 games. He’s averaged a tackle or interception every 22 minutes for Cagliari, and has attracted interest from a host of other sides. But it doesn’t appear a January move is on the cards.
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