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Javier Pastore has revealed he would like to remain in Italy should he decide to leave Palermo this summer.

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Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea have all been linked with a swoop for Pastore, but a transfer to the Premier League now looks unlikely following Pastore's comments.

The 22-year-old playmaker told Sky Italia: "If I left Palermo, I would like to remain in Italy. I have played in Italy for the last two years and feel very comfortable there.

"If I leave Palermo it will be to join a stronger team. I know Palermo president (Maurizio) Zamparini speaks to my agent. I am calm."

Pastore was Palermo's leading scorer in Serie A last season with 11 goals. The Argentina international is valued at €50million by his club and is under contract until June 2015.

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