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"He's furious" - £50million Premier League star is hoping to force through a move to Arsenal


Leicester City star man Riyad Mahrez is furious with his club after they blocked his transfer move to Arsenal.

Express Sport has claimed that the Algeria international is desperate to move to the Emirates.

The Foxes want £50million for the 26-year-old, a fee the Gunners are not ready to meet.

Meanwhile, manager Craig Shakespeare has revealed that no bid has been received for the player.

"We all can have a little mood swing but it's about how long that lasts for," he said.

"It applies to everybody, not just Riyad, the commitment and application has to be there.

"We haven't had any bids and if we don't have one, we've got no decision to make.

"With making a statement like that of course it's how you're accepted by the other players.

"We have to be professional with him but more importantly he has to be committed and I think he has to show supporters, staff and players that.

"But knowing what he's capable of and the tight links he's got within that group, they will be fine with him.

"His performances and attitude in training will hopefully improve that and embrace that as we go along."

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