Barcelona forward Jeffren has admitted he is not keen on a move to Udinese, but confesses his future may lie away from the Nou Camp.
The 23-year-old’s name has been mooted as a possible makeweight in the protracted transfer of Chilean wide-man Alexis Sanchez to the European champions.
However, while denying his future will be with Barcelona, he was keen to stress he is not looking for a move to Italy.
"It's clear that I do not like the idea of leaving Barcelona for Udinese," Jeffren told RAC1.
"I have spent the past seven years at Barcelona and it was my dream to succeed here. I don't think I will make it here, though, and it looks like I have to start looking elsewhere."
Jeffren, who is currently on international duty with the Spanish Under-21s in Denmark, has been with the club since 2004 after signing from Tenerife, making more than 20 league appearances.
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