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Manchester United, Manchester City & Chelsea offered Alonso

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Real Madrid star Xabi Alonso has been offered to England's elite clubs, reports The Daily Star. 

It has been reported that the likes of Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea have all been offered the services of the Spaniard, who runs out of contract at Real Madrid at the end of the season. 

The star can move back to the Premier League in the summer on a free, however if any of England's top clubs want to move for him in this market then they will have to pay the Spanish giants a fee.

With Liverpool also interested in bringing the 32-year-old back to Merseyside, the battle for Alonso's signature looks set to heat up.

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has previously worked with Alonso during his time at the Bernabeu and could be temped with bringing the Spanish ace to Stamford Bridge. 

Meanwhile Manchester United boss David Moyes is desperate to make signings in this transfer window after a disappointing start to the season. 

However the Manchester United boss could be put off as Alonso used to play for the Red Devils' bitter rivals, Liverpool. 

However if the likes of Manchester United, Chelsea, Manchester City or Liverpool are to bring him back to England, then they may well have to stump up the £140,000-a-week wages that Alonso's currently earning at the Bernabeu. 

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