Saturday, October 10, 2015   

Honda to decide on future with CSKA
(12-28 12:28)

Japanese midfielder Keisuke Honda will soon make his choice between staying with CSKA Moscow and moving to some more influential European league, reported Russia media on Thursday.
According to, the 2010 World Cup star's agent said Honda is happy at CSKA and will begin talks with the Russian club about a contract extension through the summer of 2015, Xinhua news agency reports.
CSKA, however, told the website that Honda wants to play for a big European club and that it will not stand in the way of the 26-year-old.
Honda's existing deal with the Russian Premier League leaders expires at the end of next year.
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