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Arsenal to make offer for Chelsea, Juventus and Manchester City £35m target


Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is getting ready to launch a bid for Real Madrid star Isco, the Daily Star has revealed.

According to reports in Italy, the 23-year-old is one of the many players shortlisted by Juventus to replace Arturo Vidal.

But the Italian champions are expected to face tough competition for the player.

Manchester City, Chelsea and now Arsenal are all ready to make a move for the Real Madrid man who has a market transfer value of £35m.

He struggled to shrug off competition from the likes of Luka Modric, Toni Kroos, and James Rodriguez to secure a regular place in Carlo Ancelotti's squad last season and could decide to leave the Bernabeu for a new challenge in the Premier League or Serie A.

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