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Sky Sports: Arsenal are interested in signing £26million man wanted by Manchester United


Arsenal are interested in signing Roma midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini, according to Sky Sports.

Juventus and Manchester United are also interested in the 21-year-old who has a £26million release clause in his contract.

Recent reports have claimed that new Arsenal boss Unai Emery has identified the midfielder as a player who could add depth to his squad.

But the Spaniard is also eager to help the development of the young players who are already part of his squad.

"I believe in the players who are here," he said earlier this week.

”I think we can develop with these players and the objective is together to work hard, with this talent, the players work and all the title who will be in the next season or in the future, to be a candidate for challenging the title.

"That is very important for the club, after two years outside the Champions League, working for this.

"To arrive and to be in the best club, the best team in the Premier League and also in the world."

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