ARNAUT DANJUMA has admitted he still has "unfinished business" in the Premier League.
The Villarreal winger, 25, has been linked with a move to both Manchester United and Liverpool.
Danjuma first and only taste of Premier League action was in the 2019-20 season after he signed for Bournemouth from Belgium outfit Club Brugge.
He later moved on to Villarreal after two seasons on the South Coast, and his excellent form has seen Danjuma tipped to head back to England this summer.
When quizzed on whether he feels as though he has unfinished business in the Prem, Danjuma admitted to Sky Sports: "That I will have to confirm.
"I think there is definitely unfinished business for me in England.
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"Because if you look back to the reason why I joined Bournemouth initially was [for] me to play Premier League football."
Danjuma's one and only Prem campaign was blighted by injuries.
He made just 14 appearances in the 2019-20 season, failing to register a goal or an assist.
The Cherries were ultimately relegated and after they failed to bounce back at the first attempt, Danjuma signed for Villarreal.
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But a stunning campaign in Spain, which included helping Villarreal reach the Champions League semi-finals, has seen Danjuma linked with a return to England.
United sent scouts to watch Danjuma in action for the LaLiga outfit last season.
Danjuma himself also revealed earlier this month that Liverpool have been following his progress.
The forward scored an impressive 16 goals in 34 appearances for Villarreal, including six strikes in just 11 games in the Champions League.
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