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Arsenal and Liverpool target Stephan El Shaarawy ready for Premier League move


Milan striker Stephan El Shaarawy is ready to move to the English Premier League, brother and agent Manuel El Shaarawy said.

The 22-year-old enjoyed a very positive comeback from injury against Torino on Sunday and is hoping to stay fit to finally enjoy regular time on the pitch.

He has a contract until 2018 with Milan and is available for an estimate fee of £13m.

"He already suffered injuries in his career so this time he faced it with maturity and awareness," Manuel El Shaarawy told Sky Sport Italy.

"His first injury kept him on the sidelines for six months, almost seven so this time he was ready for what was coming.

"I was always with him, we are a very united family and we take decisions together.

"Even if I became his agent, our relationship has not changed, we talk about everything and we discuss everything together.

"Leaving Italy? I would like to see him in the Premier League. This summer we will talk with the club to understand his future.

"Stephan joined Milan four years ago, he is a better player now, he loves Milan but a change of team could be an exciting opportunity."

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