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Farfan welcomes Juve link

Schalke striker flattered by reported interest

Last Updated: 27/03/11 5:59pm

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Farfan: Linked with Juve

Farfan: Linked with Juve

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Schalke striker Jefferson Farfan has admitted he 'certainly wouldn't mind' going to Juventus at this stage of his career.

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Farfan has reportedly attracted the attention of the Italian giants with a series of impressive performances in the Bundesliga and UEFA Champions League this season.

He has welcomed the transfer talk because he is a big admirer of Juve and concedes it would be difficult to turn down such an opportunity.

However, the Peru international also recognises that Schalke may not want to let him go this summer with a year still remaining on his contract.

"I know Juventus and what they represent for Italian and European football," he told Tuttosport.

"At the age of 26 I certainly wouldn't mind going there for a team of that level.

"What my future holds doesn't just depend on me, but also Schalke, as my contract lasts until June 2012."

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