Playmaker flattered by Arsenal, Chelsea, Man Utd & Spurs interest

15:43 03 June 2012

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Fulham's Mousa Dembele celebrates with team mates after scoring his side's second goal during the Barclays Premier League match at Craven Cottage, London.

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Fulham transfer news: Mousa Dembele is happy at Craven Cottage but is also pleased with the interest shown in him

Fulham star Mousa Dembele is flattered by the reported interest shown in him by Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United and Tottenham.

The Belgian featured in 47 games for club and country, scoring twice and his performances have caught the attention of the Premier League giants with the Blues and the Red Devils apparently leading the chase ahead of the Gunners and Spurs.

“Of course, it’s normal [to be flattered] - they are big teams,” he said.

“But I’m very happy at Fulham, so I’m not in a hurry.

“In the end, we will see what’s good for me.”

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