English pair move for Marin

15 June 2011 05:45
Tottenham and Liverpool have both had approaches for Germany international Marko Marin rebuffed, according to the midfielder's agent.[LNB] The diminutive 22-year-old has been linked with a move away from Werder Bremen this summer following the Bundesliga club's poor campaign.[LNB]Both Spurs and Liverpool have apparently already come knocking, but Marin's agent Fali Ramadani has claimed their overtures were quickly rejected by both player and club.[LNB]"Marko rejected both teams," Ramadani told Bild.[LNB]"Werder hinted also that they would not sell Marko at this time."[LNB]Marin has admitted his desire to remain in Germany, where his blossoming reputation has already earned him 16 caps for his country, while Werder are understandably keen to keep a hold of one of Europe's most promising young wingers.[LNB]"I want to stay at Werder. I feel good at Bremen," Marin said.[LNB]"I have never had the urge to leave. I want to be successful here, and that is my only aim."[LNB]The midfielder, who was born in Bosnia-Herzegovina, admits however, that should the club decide to sell him then he would reluctantly leave.[LNB]"If the club receives an offer and decides to sell me, that is another situation," he added. "Until then I am happy here."

Source: Team_Talk