by GIANFRANCO PANIZO
Barcelona striker Samuel Eto'o is not ruling out a possible transfer move this summer.
Eto'o is coming off a 30-goal season in La Liga and with only a year remaining on his current contract, Barcelona is trying to work out a new deal. If an extension is not agreed upon then Barcelona is expected to try and sell Eto'o so as to avoid losing him on a free next summer.
While the Cameroon international has expressed his desire to stay with the Champions League winners, he is also keeping his options open.
Eto'o's agent Josep Maria Mesalles told Foxsoccer.com: "We're happy with the club and we have a good relationship, but we're not ruling anything out."
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