Arsenal readying Johnson move

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Arsenal are ready to make a move for Liverpool full-back Glen Johnson, reports talkSPORT.

Johnson is out of contract at the Merseyside outfit in 2015 and has been told to take a pay cut in order to stay at Anfield. 

This has led to talks stalling between Liverpool and Johnson meaning the England international could now be snapped up by Premier League leaders Arsenal. 

The Gunners look ready to replace French international Bacary Sagna who runs out of contract at the end of the season and Johnson could be the man to fill the upcoming void in north London. 

And with Liverpool youngster John Flanagan having impressed in recent months, the Merseyside outfit could be ready to let Johnson depart the club. 

However it remains to be seen as to whether Brendan Rodgers' side will enter negotiations with one of their rivals at the top of the league. 

Liverpool currently sit six points behind Arsenal in the table as they go in search of Champions League football. 

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