According to Voetbal International, Groningen midfielder Albert Rusnak is gaining interest from England.

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rusnak gron knvb cupRusnak has just finished his second season at Groningen, but after a disappointing campaign the club are reportedly willing to listen to offers for the Slovakian.

Voetbal International is reporting that there is significant interest from England for the midfielder, including Watford who have watched Rusnak on several occasions, but as of yet there is no official offer.

Rusnak played for five years in the academy of Manchester City before moving permanently to Groningen last year. This means that the Slovakian qualifies as a home-grown player in England, which is significant for the rules of the Premier League, which state each club must have eight home grown players in their squad.

Rusnak has made 46 league appearances for Groningen, scoring seven goals. He also netted a double in the KNVB Cup final win over PEC Zwolle last year.




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