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£20m Chelsea and Liverpool target: It's time to change clubs


Dynamo Kiev winger Andriy Yarmolenko will leave the club during the summer transfer window.

The Ukrainian is reported to be a target for Jose Mourinho's Chelsea and Brendan Rodgers' Liverpool.

The 25-year-old scored 19 goals in 42 appearances for Dynamo Kiev this season and has a market transfer value of £20m.

"I think that now is the perfect time to change clubs," he told Pro Football.

"I promised that until we become champions, I was not going anywhere. I kept my promise, we became champions.

"The president knows that I want to leave, I have repeatedly spoken about this.

"I want to grow. It is hard, it is unclear where I will play next. There have been suggestions from good teams.

"I feel the strength and confidence to be able to play in one of the top championships. If I want to play enough in Europe, now is the time to move."

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