Huddersfield Town midfielder Philip Billing wants to leave the club this summer.

The 23-year-old is weighing his options, according to a report by the Examiner Live.

He has said: “I have been in Huddersfield for a long time, so this summer it is time to try a new challenge. I’ll try something new. The Premier League is great and I love the English football culture. I know there is interest from others in the UK and abroad.”

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Billing, who is currently away from Denmark’s Under-21’s, played 27 times for the Terriers last season as they were relegated from the Premier League.

He fell down the pecking order under Jan Siewert and is keen to move away this summer for a new chapter in his career.

Billing started out in Denmark with Esbjerg before he was snapped up by Huddersfield in 2013. He made his first-team debut for the Yorkshire side in a Championship fixture against Leicester City in April 2014.

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The 6ft 4inc midfielder has since played 91 times for the Terriers, chipping in with six goals along the way. He played a key part in Huddersfield’s promotion to the top flight in 2017 under David Wagner.

He will now see what the future holds with clubs from the UK and abroad apparently keen. Billing playing for Denmark at the Under-21’s European Championships is a good opportunity to put himself in the shop window.

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