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Not just Xhaka: Arsenal beat Chelsea as they reach agreement to sign Real Madrid striker


Arsenal are close to reaching an agreement with Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata, has revealed.

The Gunners will offer a mouth-watering £155,000 a week salary to the player.

Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain are also ready to offer the same to the 23-year-old who would be delighted to feature in the English Premier League and Champions League next season.

The Blues failed to finish in the Top Four this season so they will clearly struggle to attract world class players to the club.

Meanwhile, Juventus are determined to sign the player on a permanent basis but they are not in a position to offer the same amount of money to the player as the other three clubs.

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