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 By AAP

Football Federation Australia sweating over Arzani's international future

Socceroos staffers will reach out to rising Melbourne City star Daniel Arzani as he mulls his international future.

But Football Federation Australia's head of national teams Luke Casserly says it will be disappointing if Arzani chooses to represent Iran over Australia.

Arzani, 19, has lit up the A-League over the past two months but says he has no idea which national team he wants to play for.

Born in Iran but raised in Sydney, Arzani has represented Australia at under-17, under-20 and under-23...

 By AAP

Daniel Arzani's contract 'not my really concern at the minute' - Warren Joyce

Melbourne City won't throw the kitchen sink at Daniel Arzani or beg the one of the A-League's best young talents to stay beyond his contract at season's end.

But based on the 19-year-old performances, over the last five weeks, he's likely to be attracting greater interest and commanding a higher fee.

Arzani has put together back-to-back best afield performances at AAMI Park, helping resuscitate Melbourne City's season.

When he came on as a 53rd minute substitute against Wellington earlier this month,...

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Italiano better than Arzani in battle of A-League starlets - Lowe

Daniel Arzani is the Melbourne City whiz kid ready to take the A-League by storm, but Perth Glory coach Kenny Lowe says he would rather have Jacob Italiano in his side.

Arzani tormented Glory on Tuesday night in City's 2-0 win at nib Stadium.

The 19-year-old set up both of Ross McCormack's first-half strikes by drawing fouls from Glory's befuddled defenders.

Arzani also set up McCormack's double in the 2-1 win over Wellington last week.

Lowe was impressed by Arzani's flashy skills. But he said the...

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Melbourne City wonder-kid Daniel Arzani credits mentor Tim Cahill

Jason Dasey and Kaz Patafta discuss where Tim Cahill may go to find regular football in order to be selected for Australia's 2018 World Cup squad.

Tim Cahill might have left Melbourne City but his legacy lives on at the A-League club, helping to nurture the next generation of talent.

Wonder-teen Daniel Arzani, in line to make the first start of his career, is being mentored by the Socceroos legend.

The Iranian-born winger struck up a fast friendship which has continued past Cahill's departure.

"He came to the club and took me under his wing. Tim's been a huge role model for me," Arzani told AAP.

"The guy still keeps in contact with me now....