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Former Liverpool star claims Van Persie, a Man Utd & Man City target, wants to play in Turkey one day

17:17 17 July 2012

Robin van Persie is set to become a Manchester United player

Robin van Persie is set to become a Manchester United player

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Transfer news: Dirk Kuyt says Arsenal ace Robin van Persie, who has been linked with Manchester United and Manchester City, would like to play for Fenerbache

Former Liverpool star Dirk Kuyt has revealed that Arsenal ace Robin van Persie wants to play for Fenerbache at some stage in his career.

While a move will not take place now, the Dutchman, who has been linked with Manchester United and Manchester City, admitted that he will not sign a new contract with the Gunners.

“[Van Persie] told me that he wants to play for Fenerbahce one day,” he told Milliyet Spor.

“But at the moment there is nothing of the sort. He only shared the feelings he had inside.”

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