Towering Australian striker Josh Kennedy said Monday his management was negotiating with Japanese J-League club Nagoya Grampus with a view to a possible transfer from his German Bundesliga club.
Kennedy, 26, who is expected to lead the Australian attack in their final Asian World Cup qualifier against Japan in Melbourne on Wednesday, is looking to move from Karlsruher SC, where he has had limited playing opportunities.
“My manager has spoken to them (Nagoya),” Kennedy told reporters.
“Nothing is official at the moment, so we’ll see what happens in the next few weeks and we’ll stay in touch.
“It’s probably the best league in Asia at the moment, it’s definitely the place to be and it’s an attractive place to be.”
Kennedy has scored six goals in 13 international appearances for Australia.
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