Mangane: It would be a 'dream' to play in the Premier League

The Rennes midfielder claims to have 'offers on the table' and refusing to rule out a move to the Premier League with West Ham reportedly interested
Kader Mangane admits several clubs are interested in signing him and says it would be a "dream" to play in England.

The 29-year old has earned five caps for Senegal and currently plays for French outfit Rennes. But the midfielder, who can also play in defence, is unsure about where he'll be playing next season.

"I don't want to talk about my future, I am just looking forward to next season," said Mangane.
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"There are some offers on the table and I will choose the best option for myself and Rennes."

Mangane was once banned for 11 weeks in 2009 for an horrific tackle on opposing player Jonathan Lacourt resulting in a double fracture of the tibia and fibula. Lacourt hasn't played since.

The Senegalese has recently attracted interest from the Premier League, most notably from Sam Allardyce who is looking to bolster the West Ham ranks ahead of their return to the top flight.

And the Senegalese international told reporters he would relish the opportunity.

"The Premier League? Of course it would be a dream to play there.

"West Ham are a fantastic club and London is a beautiful city."