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Manchester United or Arsenal could sign La Liga star on loan

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Manchester United, Arsenal, and Manchester City have been placed on red alert after it emerged that Valencia will allow suspended defender Adil Rami to leave the club on loan in January, according to the Daily Star.

The 27-year-old is currently serving a 10-day ban imposed by his Spanish employers, following comments he made criticising the club over the summer sale of Roberto Soldado and Alberto Costa.

Rami is highly regarded, but following a breakdown in the relationship between player and club, a move away from the Mestalla looks to be the only solution, with a number of suitors ready to take the France international off of Valencia's hands.

Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has been credited with an interest in bringing the centre-back to the Emirates Stadium when the transfer window reopens, while Manuel Pellegrini and David Moyes are both also believed to be monitoring his situation.

All three Premier League clubs could have signed Rami during the summer, but neither Arsenal, Manchester United, nor Manchester City were prepared to meet his £9million valuation.

Valencia are now understood to favour sending the player out on loan at the turn of the year, with a view to negotiating his permanent sale next summer.

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