Arsenal and West Ham’s hopes of landing highly-rated defender Kamil Glik have been dealt a fatal blow, with the Torino captain having revealed that he has no desire to leave his current side this summer.
The Poland international has been a key member of the Serie A side’s rearguard of late, helping the claret-clad side to the top half of their division and into the last 16 of the Europa League, scoring six goals in the process.
This form has attracted a host of sides, with Arsenal and West Ham, as well as Newcastle, in the mix.
But Glik says that he’s already told Torino that he will not be going anywhere and that he intends to honour his word:
“I recently told our sporting director Gianluca Petrachi that I am not going anywhere,” He told Tuttosport.
“I have a contract with Torino for two more seasons and during the summer break we will think about what to do next.”
The 27-year-old has featured for Poland on 29 occasions and was involved in his nation’s clash with England at Wembley in the build-up to World Cup 2014.