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Arsenal defender fails to rule out future exit

11:54 14 October 2012

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Arsenal's Andre Santos. Photo credit: Tony Marshall/EMPICS

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Arsenal full back Andre Santos has denied speculation that he has received an offer from former club Fenerbache but has not ruled out a move in the future.

The Brazilian full back, who joined the Gunners in 2011, has only made two appearances for Arsene Wenger’s men this season leading to the speculation.

“I would like to state clearly that I have a lot of respect for Fenerbache, and I love Istanbul…but for now I am a Gunner,” Santos said.

“For now, I have not received an offer from a Turkish team. However, if I receive an offer one day, thinking what is best for my family, I will make a decision.”

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