Dortmund star dreams of England move, is fan of Arsenal, Liverpool & Man Utd

09:13 17 May 2012

Kevin Grosskreutz could follow Shinji Kagawa to the Premier League

Kevin Grosskreutz could follow Shinji Kagawa to the Premier League

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Arsenal transfer news: Kevin Grosskreutz is a “big fan” of the Gunners

Borussia Dortmund winger Kevin Grosskreutz has admitted it is every players dream to play in the Premier League and spoke of his respect for Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United.

The German international has been a key figure for Jurgen Klopps side this season as they captured a league and cup double.

Grosskreutz was linked with a move to England last summer, but denied he was bound for the Premier League.

However with team-mate Shinji Kagawa expected to sign for Manchester United during the offseason, Grosskreutz has conceded he could also make a move.

"Everyone knows Im a big fan of England. Liverpool, Arsenal or Manchester - that are similar to hot clubs like Borussia," he told Bild.

"Of course! Every footballer wants it to play at some point in the Premier League. When Shinji has a chance, he must take it."

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