Keisuke Honda targets big move

Honda targets big move
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Keisuke Honda admits that an offer from AC Milan is one that he would have to consider.

Japan international Keisuke Honda has admitted that he is hoping for a big move when his CSKA Moscow contract runs out in order to continue to improve as a player.

Honda has been linked with a move to AC Milan and the player said that he would seriously consider a summer transfer should the Italian side make a bid.

"I don't know where I'll be taking the next step yet, but I know I've got a chance to play for a big club," Honda told the Japan Times. "I have until August so I'll wait and see.

"If I go to a big club, I'll become an infinitely better player. The improvement I'll make then will be anything but minor.

"I'm the type to soak up everything and anything in my surroundings, and if I play with better players, I'll get better. It's how I've been able to get this far in my career."

Honda's current deal at CSKA expires in December.

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