OLSSON CONSIDERS WEST BROM EXIT
West Brom's Jonas Olsson has hinted he could be ready to look for a new challenge away from The Hawthorns.
The Sweden international is currently with his national side as he prepares for Euro 2012.
He has just over a year left on his current deal and told Baggies sporting director Dan Ashworth earlier this month he wanted to know who the new manager would be before signing an extension.
However, he has now admitted that after four years with the Black Country outfit he could be ready to move on.
"I have a year left and have started to think about the future," he told Expressen.
"I'm very happy with West Brom, the city, and like the way the club is going.
"At the same time, it would be fun to try something new, but we'll see what happens.
"I have been here for four years and feel that, if I am to move back to Sweden after my career, perhaps you shouldn't spend too much time in one place.
"If I were in Birmingham for seven or eight years, it will be harder to move back to Sweden when the time comes, so there are many factors to consider."
Olsson, who joined the club NEC Nijmegen in 2008 for less than £1million, has been linked with the likes of Tottenham, Aston Villa, Fulham, Everton, West Ham and Galatasaray.
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