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Milan, Internazionale, Wolfsburg and Atletico Madrid set to battle for Salah


Serie A clubs Internazionale and Milan will go head-to-head to sign Chelsea winger Mohamed Salah, La Gazzetta dello Sport reports.

The 23-year-old spent last season on loan at Fiorentina with the Viola having an option to extend his loan spell for one more season.

But as revealed by his agent on Monday, the Egyptian wants to play in the Champions League next season which places Wolfsburg and Atletico Madrid as favourites to sign the player.

"Fiorentina have the right to extend the loan for a year for €1 million," agent Ulisse Savini told Sportitalia.

"But it's also true that the player has the right to veto that, so it all depends on what the player wants to do.

"He's with the national team at the moment but will decide when he returns."

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