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Agent: Arsenal, Man City Liverpool and Tottenham have made official enquiries for Chelsea target


Godfred Donsah's agent has confirmed that a number of top Premier League clubs have made an "official enquiry" to sign the player.

Reports on Monday claimed that Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho will send his scouts to monitor the progress of the 19-year-old, dubbed the "new Michael Essien".

But agent Oliver Arthur says the Blues are not the only club interested in the Ghanaian.

"There's lots of interest in Donsah as of now," he told Sport Witness.

"Especially from clubs in the UK.

"Manchester City, Liverpool, Tottenham and Arsenal have made official enquiries about him.

"Until now they are scouting him and there's nothing concrete.

"The player is happy to hear of all this interest and the fact that his efforts are being noticed by bigger clubs."

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