Agustin Urzi has admitted he is both at ease and calm regarding his future amid links to a series of European clubs in recent weeks and months.

The Banfield and Argentine youth national team winger has drawn links to Inter, Fiorentina and Roma in particular and has suggested that everyone would like to play for such teams.

“Who wouldn’t like to play for great teams like them? For now I’m at Banfield, I’m at ease and I’m calm,” he explained in an interview with Italian news outlet

Next Urzi went on to reveal what league he thinks he is best suited to as a player.

“I really like English football but now the United States is very competitive league and I think it is very close to my style of play. We will see what happens in the future.”

He concluded the interview by sharing his admiration for Inter legend and current vice president Javier Zanetti, who spent two years on Banfield’s books between 1993 and 1995.

“Zanetti was a phenomenon. I remember that when he played with the Argentine national team he was a very important player; he is a point of reference for all Banfield fans and they admire him today, including me.”

The 20-year-old attacker, who has a contract with Banfield until the end of the 2022/23 season which includes a €30 million release clause, has made 19 appearances across all competitions to date this term.

In just shy of 1500 minutes on the park he has contributed a single assist.