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Tottenham defender says he wants to leave and play in Germany

14:14 01 May 2012

Vedran Corluka is on loan at Bayer Leverkusen from Tottenham

Vedran Corluka is on loan at Bayer Leverkusen from Tottenham

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Tottenham transfer news: Vedran Corluka wants to stay at Bayer Leverkusen

Tottenham full back Vedran Corluka has admitted that he would like to remain at Bayer Leverkusen following the completion of his loan spell at the end of the season.

The Croatian left White Hart Lane in January after losing his starting spot to Kyle Walker.

Corluka is set to return to Spurs at the end of the current campaign, but says he is settled in Germany.

“I would like to stay, because it’s a good club, I made a lot of friends here, I like the league as well, so why not?” He told Goal.com.

“I think it is not in my hands, as I’m still a Tottenham Hotspur player, so we’ll see what will happen, because Tottenham is a good club as well.

“Both options are very good for me, but who knows? Probably I’ll end up playing for another club – you never know.”

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