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Chelsea, Manchester United, Arsenal and Milan to battle for world class striker


Chelsea, Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool and Milan are all ready to make a move for Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

According to Express Sport, the French giants are ready to sell if an £11m is received with Milan determined to make the Swedish striker their first top class signing of the summer.

But they will face competition from top English Premier League clubs.

Meanwhile, agent Mino Raiola told "Le Journal du Dimanche" that it is unlikely that Paris Saint-Germain will let the 33-year-old go as he is still considered a key member in Laurent Blanc's side.

Nonetheless, Tuttosport believes that Milan have already made a financial offer to the player and that Paris Saint-Germain will replace him with Lyon's Alexandre Lacazette.

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