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Juhasz keen on Gers

Roland Juhasz has urged Anderlecht to sanction his move to Rangers after insisting he needs a new challenge.

Hungarian defender Juhasz, 28, is on Ally McCoist's wanted list but the Scottish champions have reportedly failed to agree a fee with the Belgian club.

Juhasz told "I'm curious to know if British football is something for me. It intrigues me. I am 28 - it's the last time to make a large transfer. It's a sporting and not financial choice. I can always go to Qatar or Dubai afterwards, but I'm not interested now.

"I'm ready for a new challenge. If I can leave now, I prefer now. It depends on the clubs. I'm concentrating on football. I have not had a contract offer from Rangers, but it would be the easy part."

On what he believes his own valuation to be, Juhasz added: "Five [million euros] is too high. I think I'm worth two million to three million. Rangers will perhaps make a new offer - who knows?

"I have given myself fully here, but after six years, I need a new challenge. I am beginning my seventh season at Anderlecht. I'm ready to play in a new league, with a new challenge. I need a change. In the modern game, players spend only three or four years at a club."

However, the player says he will only consider a switch to Glasgow if he has the blessing of Anderlecht.

He said: "Let's be clear - I will not conflict with Anderlecht, where I have had no problems for six years. It is a very professional club where there is never any problem of payment. I do not want to go to war in the press, either."


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