Emre confirms Inter exit

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Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United are all ready to hand Emre Belozoglu the chance to play in England next season.

The player has confirmed he is leaving Internazionale in the summer with The Premiership and La Liga his two preferred destinations.

The 24-year-old is not yet ready to move back to his native Turkey and his agent has admitted to skysports.com that England is where he wants to be.

"I have told the Nerazzurri's officials that I'll leave in June because I want to play in another country," Emre told Lig TV.

"I don't want to come back to Turkey. I've received many offers both from Spain and England and I hope to go in one of those countries.

"I have another two years' contract with Inter, but I hope there won't be problems."

Both Arsene Wenger and Sir Alex Ferguson are known to be long-term admirers of the diminutive Turk - who arrived at Inter in a £5 million treble deal which also saw Okan Buruk and Hakan Sukur transfer from Galatasaray.

Liverpool were also interested when Gerard Houllier was in charge and now it can be revealed that Rafa Benitez made a move for Emre in January - which confirms his interest.

While his fellow countrymen failed to find their feet in Serie A, Emre has flourished and shown what an adept player he is.

However, despite having two years left on his current deal - he is now ready to move on.

His agent Ahmet Bulut - who in November told skysports.com that Emre would quit Inter this summer - has again confirmed his client is looking to move.

Bulut still feels that England is the most likely destination for Emre.

"Emre wants to leave at the end of the season," he told skysports.com.

"I am now waiting for the offers and expect to receive them over the next few weeks.

"We expect that only the top clubs in England could afford Emre's salary and we know there has been a lot interest there.

"Liverpool tried for him during the transfer window, so that is something we may look at again - but we are still looking at the offers."