EDIN DZEKO admits he fancies a return to the Premier League.
But the former Manchester City striker adds he may have left it too late for a second spell in England’s top flight.
Dzeko spent four-and-a-half years at the Etihad after joining from Wolfsburg in 2011 for £27million.
He netted 72 goals in 189 games, winning two Premier League titles and one FA Cup in the process.
Dzeko went on to join Roma in 2015 and recorded his greatest season tally in the 2016/17 campaign with 39 goals in all competitions.
Chelsea famously tried and failed to bring him to Stamford Bridge last January after his goals downed Antonio Conte’s men in the Champions League group stage.
And Dzeko reckons that may have been his final chance at playing in the Premier League for a second time.
He told Sky Sports News: “Regarding the Premier League, maybe it’s too late.
“I had four-and-a-half years there, and had fun every minute of every game.
“I love the Premier League and England, so we’ll see. At the moment I’m happy in Rome.”
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