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Manager just dropped the biggest hint yet that Arsenal and Chelsea target will join Manchester United


Internazionale caretaker manager Stefano Vecchi has probably dropped the biggest hint yet that winger Ivan Perisic will leave the club in the summer.

Reports in Italy claim that Vecchi told the player "Goodbye Ivan and good luck wherever you go" at the end of the match against Udinese although in a post-match interview he then denied that he used those words.

"I have no idea what will happen in the transfer market," Vecchi explained.

"I only know what I read. Also he is someone who doesn't talk a lot and he never gave the impression that he wants to leave."

Manchester United are strong favourites to sign the Croatia international with Arsenal and Chelsea also interested.

Others reports in Italy revealed that the Red Devils already submitted an offer to sign the 28-year-old but it was not accepted by Internazionale.

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