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Striker Yevhen Konopka is ready to move clubs to earn more money following his release from the club at the end of 2015.
The 20-year-old scored 15 goals in 35 games for the Australian under-20 side and was the second highest scorer from the club’s Under-20s sides.
Konopka, who joined Canberra in 2016 from Brisbane, could eventually become a free agent but will not be part of the Australian national team that competes in the 2017 A우리카지노-League season.
The A-League club has agreed to a one-year deal to keep Konopka for the 2016 season, which started in December, but the striker is looking to move to Europe for a better deal rather than remain in Australia.
Konopka says he needs to pay more to stay in Australia after the A-League season and he hopes to bring back a move to Europe in 2018.
“I will definitely do whatever my heart says. I don’t want to leave Canberra,” Konopka said.
“The A-League has given me a huge opportunity and I’m happy to continue there.
“Now I’m looking forward to finding a good club and taking the next step.
“If I’m looking to move, the best club will allow me to stay.”
Konopka has been loaned back to the A-League club for the first two months of the new A-League season.
Astra’s top-four run has increased but at the same time the A-League has seen a dip in attendance numbers and the club has struggled in the league.
Konopk우리카지노a, who scored 15 goals in 35 games for the Australian Under-20s, was the second highest scorer from the club’s Under-20s sides.
But his side went on to finish 카지노 사이트12th with a 9-0 aggregate win over the Brisbane Roar.
While Konopka is on loan with Canberra, the club will still look to sign him when the final month of the A-League season begins on October 31.