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Claudio Ranieri provides the latest update on Jamie Vardy's move to Arsenal


Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri has again confirmed that Arsenal have made a bid for Jamie Vardy in an attempt to sign the Englishman.

The 29-year-old was all set to become Arsenal's second summer signing but he left the country for Euro 2016 without giving a final answer to the Gunners.

Ranieri is keen to keep hold of his star striker but Vardy will get the last word over his move to the Emirates.

"Next season will be tough because what we achieved this season is unrepeatable," Ranieri told Sky Sport Italy.

"I hope to keep all my champions and at the same time to add depth to the squad.

"This is a brilliant group, we want to keep [Jamie] Vardy but Arsenal said they are ready to meet his buy-out clause.

"He is yet to take a decision, it's up to him."

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