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Mother confirms Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool target could leave Spanish giants


The mother of Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool target Carlos Bacca has confirmed that her son could leave Sevilla during the summer transfer window.

The 28-year-old scored 28 goals in all competitions last season including 7 goals in the Europa League and is also a target for a number of Serie A clubs.

"I hope he stays," the striker's mother told reporters.

"He's very happy [at Sevilla] but if he joins another team, I will continue to support him."

On Friday, agent Sergio Barila revealed that Liverpool are in pole position to sign the Colombian.

"We have had lots of interest but so far there has been no official approach," he told the Guardian..

"I spoke with Carlos on Wednesday night and we agreed we need a real solution.

"Clubs are telling him not to sign anything until they have made an offer but we are still waiting.

"Liverpool and another English club are among those that have shown an interest but there are also clubs in Italy.

"What is clear is that they must meet the release clause but at this stage nobody has."

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