Dudek reveals English suitor
Jerzy Dudek's Premiership career may not be over after the Pole's revelation that an English club want to sign him.
"I confirm that I have received an offer from England," Dudek said.
"Aside from that, we are talking about my transfer with some other clubs. I need to consider these offers very carefully. Making a decision will be difficult as all of them look really good."
The 33-year-old, whose international career has been put on hold after spending two years behind Jose Reina in the Liverpool pecking order, said his desire to play for Poland could be an obstacle to joining Real.
"I do not know whether I still have a chance to return to the Polish national team. If I want to achieve this I should play regularly on a high level in my future club.
"To be honest, the offer from Real Madrid complicated my plans a little bit. Even if I become the second choice goalkeeper, this will be at the best club in the world. And this is also a great honour.
"However, if I want to be considered by Poland coach Leo Beenhakker, the more reasonable decision will be to choose an offer not from Real but from another club.
"I have a big headache, but soon everything will become clear. Anyway, I remain optimistic. No matter what happens I believe it will be good."
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