Aberdeen midfielder Lewis Ferguson insists his focus is on continuing to impress for the Dons amid reports linking him with a possible £3.5million move to Serie A side Cagliari.
The young Scot is reported to be a target for the Italians who want him on loan with an option to make the move permanent but Ferguson claims he doesn’t know anything beyond what has been reported.
Ferguson hit two landmarks for Aberdeen making his 150th appearance and netting for the 30th time and the Scotland cap is keen for that to continue.
While he doesn’t rule out the prospect of a move away from Pittodrie, Ferguson confessed he hasn’t given much thought to it.
“I don’t speak any other languages to be honest,” Ferguson said [The Herald]. “I have seen it the way you guys have seen it.
“I haven’t had too much time to think about it. I saw it late [on Monday] night and I have had the game to focus on so I can’t really comment on it.
“I haven’t had much time to think about it because of the game.
“It is nice [making his 150th Dons appearance]. I didn’t know that until a couple of days ago.
“Somebody sent me a message and it is a good feeling. I think I have also scored 30 goals.
“It is a decent return for 150 games which I am quite pleased about. Long may that continue.
“I’m an Aberdeen player just now and I will be focused on playing for Aberdeen for the foreseeable unless something happens. I don’t know anything about that.”
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