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Arsenal, Chelsea and PSG not giving up chase for Serie A left-back


Paris Saint-Germain, Arsenal, Chelsea and West Ham United are all ready to make a fresh move for Napoli left-back Faouzi Ghoulam, La Gazzetta dello Sport has reported on Wednesday morning.

The 24-year-old enjoyed a very positive campaign at Napoli last season and has attracted interest from several top European clubs.

Meanwhile, coach Maurizio Sarri has admitted that it will not be easy to replace the Algerian if he decides to leave the club.

"I would be disappointed if he leaves," Sarri said.

"With [Ivan] Strinic out injured, he is the only one we have him in that role at the moment.

"He's still young, he is a quality player and can still improve defensively.

"I'm convinced he can become a top player [in the future]."

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