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Boost for Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United: Winger target wants Premier League move


Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United can finally make their move to secure the service of Internazionale winger Ivan Perisic.

Italy's Gazzetta dello Sport explained that if the Italian giants are to sign new players during the summer transfer window they have to sell at least one important player in order to in line with UEFA's Financial Fair Play Regulations.

The Croatian is expected to be one after Paris Saint-Germain made an initial offer of £48million.

The player, however, would prefer to embark on a new experience in the English Premier League with the Nerazzurri hoping for Arsenal, Chelsea or Manchester United to make an offer of their own in order to sell him for a much higher fee.

Whoever signs the 28-year-old will have a versatile option in the offensive department as he can play on the left wing but can also be deployed in a midfield role from a deeper position.

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