Spartak Moscow striker Yuri Movisyan has 'interest from England'

Spartak Moscow forward Yuri Movsisyan reveals that there is interest from England and Germany for his services.

Spartak Moscow striker Yuri Movsisyan has revealed that teams in England are interested in securing his services for the coming season.

The Armenian striker netted 21 times in 34 games for the Moscow outfit last term, and has not ruled out a move to the Premier League.

"I've heard there may be some interest in England and Germany," Movsisyan in quoted as saying by the Daily Mail. "I've proven I can score goals wherever I have played and I have been lucky to do so again this year with Spartak.

"It wasn't the season that we wanted but we have a quality group. I'm up for a challenge and always want to test myself against the best.

"If an offer is made for me, I can't control the outcome. Spartak know my ambition and all parties need to be satisfied. Either way, I want success on the field."

Leicester City are the latest English team to be credited with an interest in the 26-year-old.

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