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Arsenal target denies transfer talk

08:30 11 August 2012

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Celtic's Ki Sung Yueng (right) is on his way out of Celtic. Photo: Lynne Cameron/PA Wire

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Transfer news: Ki Sung-Yueng is being tracked by Arsenal after impressing at London 2012

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Celtic star Ki Sung-Yueng has refused to be drawn on rumours linking him with Arsenal.

The 23-year-old has starred for South Korea at London 2012, helping his country to an unlikely Olympic bronze medal.

His performances have reportedly attracted interest from a host of European clubs, including the Gunners, but Ki says he will take a break before thinking about a possible move to north London

“I’m not sure,” Ki told reporters when questioned about Arsenal’s interest.

“I haven’t heard anything about that.

“I just need some rest now and spend some time with my family, and then I will think about my future.”

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