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Agent confirms: Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United are chasing Barcelona full-back


Barcelona full-back Martin Montoya is being monitored by English and Italian clubs, agent Juan de Dios Carrasco has revealed.

The 24-year-old struggled to secure a regular place at the Camp Nou in recent seasons with Manchester United, Arsenal, Internazionale and Juventus all rumoured to be interested in the player.

And his agent confirmed that the Spaniard could leave the club during the summer transfer window.

"I can say there are some clubs in England [who are] very interested in Martin Montoya," Juan de Dios Carrasco told the International Business Times.

"But also in Italy and Germany [too].

"I cannot confirm the names of the English clubs interested yet.

"We have to think about everything and see what is best for the future of the player."

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