Former Arsenal striker Eduardo has said that he would be interested in returning to the Premier league if he was offered the opportunity.
The Croatian striker brought an end to his Premier league spell after moving to Ukrainian club Shakhtar Donetsk a few seasons ago.
However, the striker has recently admitted that the lure of the Premier league is extremely hard to resist and would be willing to give another shot at the top division of English football if he is presented with a new challenge. Eduardo impressed during his initial spell at Arsenal, but ever since suffering the leg break has never been the same player again.
The injury suffered in 2007 almost effectively brought an end to his Premier league career. He has been flourishing in Ukraine with Shakhtar Donetsk, which has led to rumours that Premier league club may look at him after his newfound confidence.
The 29-year-old, though, is not expected to have a number of years of top-level football left in him. Eduardo has revealed that he still has two seasons left on his current contract with the Ukrainian club. He has also said that he would be extremely happy to extend his stay with Shakhtar Donetsk.
“At the moment I still have two years left of my contract with Shakhtar Donetsk and from all I hear from the club they are really happy with me, which is very important. But you never know. If a club back in England is interested, and I get a good offer then, well you never know. It would nice to be back one day. Now, thankfully, that is all behind me. Ever since I joined Shakhtar I have been okay. I only had one injury problem but it was not a big thing,” said Eduardo.