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Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United to battle for £25m midfielder


Four Premier League clubs will battle to sign Monaco midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia.

Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United are all ready to make a move for the 22-year-old who is considered by many as one of the most impressive midfielders in the French league.

Last month, the player's agent confirmed that a number of top European clubs have made an approach for the player.

And that they will evaluate all possibilities before taking a decision.

"We're being approached by big clubs," Jonathan Mareek told TF1.

"They are big names. We will have the lucidity to make the right choice. We won't go and sit on a bench."

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