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Abdisalam Ibrahim could leave Manchester City

Ibrahim could leave City
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Manchester City midfielder Abdisalam Ibrahim admits that his future may lie away from the club, but insists that nothing is certain yet.

Manchester City midfielder Abdisalam Ibrahim has admitted that his future at the club is far from certain.

The 22-year-old has been on loan at Stromsgodset this season and has offers to leave City in the summer.

The Norwegian Under-23 international refused to name the clubs who have shown interest, but says that he either wants to remain in England or move to Germany.

"There are many clubs who have indicated their interest," Ibrahim told Aftenposten. "I don't want to tell which clubs.

"Most of all I hope to join a club in England or Germany. City will get a new manager and I might stay with them during pre-season and from then we will see."

Ibrahim made 10 appearances for Stromsgodset during his season in Norway.

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