Fabiano expects Sevilla exit

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Sevilla striker Luis Fabiano has admitted he is likely to leave the club this summer.

Striker ready to move on this summer

Sevilla striker Luis Fabiano has admitted he is likely to leave the club this summer. The Brazilian's future has been the subject of speculation for some time and he has regularly been linked with a switch to England. After being an unused substitute in Saturday's 3-2 victory over Almeria as Sevilla secured UEFA Champions League qualification, Fabiano will now have time to ponder what to do when the transfer window opens. With just a year remaining on his current deal, the 29-year-old expects Sevilla to be open to the idea of letting him go. Reports suggest the Primera Liga club will want around 20million euros (£17million) and Fabiano believes there is a good chance he will move on. "My exit is very probable because the deal is finishing," he told Sport TV in Brazil. "If Sevilla want a sale there will not be any problems. Right now I do not believe it is possible to sign another deal." Fabiano's immediate focus will be the World Cup after being selected in the provisional squad. "I am very happy with the call from Dunga for the World Cup," he added.

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