Swansea goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski says he’s happy with the Welsh club, despite rumours linking him with Italian Serie A giants AS Roma, reports Sky
This season, only Southampton’s Fraser Forster has made more clean sheets in the Premier League, and his decision to move from Arsenal appears vindicated. He’s a regular between the sticks for City, and is fast restoring his reputation as one of the division’s better goalkeepers, after being frozen out with former side Arsenal.
As a result of his fine form, he’s found himself linked with a host of clubs in the summer, and one of them is AS Roma of the Italian Serie A. Despite the links, Fabianski has no interest in moving clubs again, and is insisting that he’s happy with Swansea.
The 29-year-old has also been recalled for his national team (Poland) recently too, which has capped a brilliant season for the experienced shot-stopper. He was keen to reiterate his desire to stay at the Liberty stadium for at least another season, claiming that the Premier League is the best league for him to play in.
“My brother mentioned that this information (about interest from Roma) appeared in newspapers, but to be honest, I feel very good in the Premier League. I know the language and culture. I think that the Premier League, despite the failure of English teams in European competitions this season, is still the most attractive place to play. That’s why I’d rather not move anywhere,” he said.
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