Hull City midfielder Sebastian Larsson has told the Swedish media he’s yet to make a decision about his future, but has said he’s flattered about reported interest from other clubs.
The Sweden international’s contract with Hull City expires at the end of the season, and he’s been linked with a return to his home country in recent weeks.
Speaking to Sportbladet, Larsson was asked about a possible return to Sweden: “I’ve not decided and nothing is clear. But I understand that there will be speculation. I have been away for a long time and I have a contract that expires. It’s fun and positive if there are several clubs and who want me. It is flattering.”
Earlier this month we reported on claims from the Swedish press that Djurgarden and AIK are interested in the Hull City star, and could look to bring him in this summer.
It’s been suggested Larsson would prefer a move to a Stockholm club if he were to return to Sweden, meaning Djurgarden and AIK would be ideal for the player.
The 32 year old has never played for a Swedish club after spending his entire career in England.