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Spurs and Gunners track AC pair

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An AC Milan exodus could be on the cards, with Premier League clubs Arsenal and Spurs among those alerted to the availability of some of the Rossoneri’s biggest starts.

Dutch striker Klass-Jan Huntelaar has been heavily linked with a move to Tottenham Hotspur, while ex-Arsenal midfielder Mathieu Flamini has reportedly also caught the eye of Spurs boss Harry Redknapp.

Manchester United are also thought to be keen on Huntelaar, although the White Hart Lane club have long admired the forward.

The Italian giants are reportedly ready to cash-in on the duo, with Ronaldinho and Alexandre Pato also potential departures as the club look to raise funds towards a move for Barcelona misfit Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Chelsea have been heavily linked with Brazilian Pato in the past, and manager Carlo Ancelotti is thought to be keen to link up with his former player once again.

Arsene Wenger's interest in Huntelaar and Flamini is thought to be less concrete, although the Frenchman was linked with the Dutch striker in the January transfer window and his compatriot last summer.

Milan, meanwhile, are thought to be considering a free transfer moved for released Englishman Joe Cole. Corriere dello Sport reports that the former Chelsea midfielder has purchased a property in the Italian city, leading to obvious speculation in the press.

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