Edin Dzeko to sort out future after holiday

Edin Dzeko
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Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko reveals that he will make a decision over his future once he returns from his holiday.

Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko has revealed that he will sort out who he will be playing for next season once he has returned from holiday.

The Bosnian international's future has been the subject of much speculation in recent weeks, with Bayern Munich reported admirers of his ability.

Despite admitting that he was disappointed by a lack of starting opportunities last season, the 26-year-old has insisted that no decision has been made as to which club he will be playing for next year.

"[Man City is] a great team with a lot of great players. It's not about a few players but about 22 top players," he said. "I think I did well and scored some important goals. That's why I am not happy when I am not playing.

"I am enjoying the Premier League, especially as we won the championship. In the future you never know what happens. I read every day that I am going here, this team wants me, they don't want me, City want to sell me, they don't want to sell me.

"It's all talk but I will try to enjoy my holiday and afterwards will see what happens. I prefer to have a good rest and whatever has to come will come."

Dzeko joined City in January 2011 from German side Wolfsburg.

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