Florent Malouda eyes Brazil move

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Chelsea's Florent Malouda says that he would like to play in Brazil when his Stamford Bridge contract expires.

Chelsea's Florent Malouda has admitted that he is likely to leave the Premier League outfit at the end of next season when his contact expires.

The French winger told RMC that he would prefer a move to the Brazilian league, rather than a return to his native country.

He said: "I don't envisage a return to France. I would like to discover another country, notably Brazil."

However, Malouda did confirm that he has held talks with Paris Saint-Germain coach Carlo Ancelotti.

"To sign with PSG? I have talked to Ancelotti, but I don't know if it's possible," he said.

Despite believing that he has no has no long-term future at Stamford Bridge, Malouda pledged his support to the France national team, admitting that he would be "disappointed" not to make the squad for Euro 2012.

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