Blackpool's Thomas Ince 'ready' to move abroad

Tom Ince of England battles with Tom O'Sullivan of Wales during the 2015 UEFA European U21 Championships Qualifier on May 19, 2014
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Blackpool forward Thomas Ince says that moving to a club abroad "isn't a no-go" as he considers his future.

Blackpool forward Thomas Ince has said that moving to a club abroad "isn't a no-go" as he considers his future.

The 22-year-old is a free agent this summer and is believed to be looking at offers from several clubs in England and across Europe.

One of those is Inter Milan - his father Paul's former club, who recently confirmed that they were interested in signing him.

"Going abroad isn't a no-go," England Under-21 international Ince told Sky Sports News Radio. "It's something that you have to take into consideration.

"I've always watched European football, so I'm not afraid to do that if I have to."

Ince said that he would sit down with father and former manager Paul to fully discuss where to play his football next season.

"I'll have a sit down with him and see where's best to go," he added. "If that's staying in England then great, or if there's an opportunity abroad which I feel is right for me then we'll sit down and talk about it."

Ince spent the second half of the 2013-14 season on loan in the Premier League with Crystal Palace.

Blackpool's Tom Ince and Preston's Keith Keane battle for the ball during their League Cup match on August 5, 2013
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