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Liverpool lead EPL quartet in race for £10m Spanish starlet

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Real Madrid midfielder Sergio Canales is attracting interest from a host of Premier League clubs, reports AS.

The 20-year-old has been limited to a handful of appearances for Jose Mourinho's side and is set to move away from the La Liga side this summer.

Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United are all lining up a move for Canales.

Canales said last week: "During January I had options to move to England, but I want to repay Mourinho and the club's trust in me.

"I don't regret moving to Real Madrid and I knew that this first year would be tough. It's not great when I'm not in the squad but I want to show what I can do on the pitch."

 

Reports this month have suggested that Liverpool were the front runners for the midfielder, but reports in Spain now suggest that Arsenal, Chelsea and United, who could all offer the Madrid man Champions League football next season, have joined the race.

Reports say the former Racing Santander player could be available for as little as £10m with Mourinho keen to re-jig his squad this summer.

Liverpool and United have reportedly been plotting to sign Ashley Young or Charlie Adam this summer, while Chelsea's attentions have been firmly on adding to their impressing attacking line-up with Sergio Aguero reportedly top of their shopping list.

Meanwhile, Arsenal may have to replace the outgoing Andrey Arshavin this summer, and Canales would be the ideal target, at the ideal price, for Arsene Wenger.

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