Christian Benteke admits he’s contemplating his future at Crystal Palace forward of the January switch window.
The striker, 28, has managed simply 4 objectives throughout 60 video games within the final two-and-a-half seasons for the Eagles.
Nevertheless, he nonetheless performs a giant function for Belgium, who’re coached by Roberto Martinez.
Benteke scored two objectives within the Purple Devils’ 6-1 win over Cyprus as Belgium booked their place in Euro 2020 with ten wins out of ten of their qualifying group.
The previous Liverpool man has beforehand stated that he believes he would get into the Reds’ present crew alongside the likes of Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane.
And it appears he’s not missing ambition in relation to the nationwide crew both.
He instructed La Derniere Heure: “Enjoying to your membership is at all times completely different from the nationwide crew.
“I hope the Cyprus sport will give me my confidence again and provides me the possibility to attain for Palace.
“However I even have to consider the January switch window. I’ll give it some thought and I’ll see what could be carried out.
“It is very important have taking part in time to your membership, however what you do on nationwide responsibility can also be essential.
“It carries weight and might compensate a bit. I used to be taking part in for top stakes within the Cyprus sport.
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“Locations within the Belgium squad are onerous to return by, I’ve to be sincere. I wished to indicate the coach what I can do and stood as much as be counted.
“I actually need to play at Euro 2020. I work like a madman on daily basis with that focus on in thoughts.”
Benteke might face his former membership as Palace entertain Premier League leaders Liverpool on Saturday.
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