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Man United, Liverpool & Arsenal to fight for Colombian star?

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Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool could be set to fight for Udinese starlet Luis Muriel this summer, after it was revealed that he would be considering his future after this year’s World Cup.

TalkSPORT reports that Muriel’s agent, Helmuth Wennin, has moved to refute the idea that his client is pondering a move away from the Serie A outfit, but did admit that the youngster will be assessing his options this summer.

Wennin said: "Now is not the time to talk about the market. Udinese and the forthcoming World Cup with Colombia are the only things in Luis' head.

"When will he decide his future? Surely after the end of the World Cup."

Muriel has found himself on the radar of United, Liverpool and Arsenal this past year and as such talkSPORT believes that they could reignite their interests if the 22-year-old shows but the slightest hint of wanting a transfer away from Udinese.

All three Premier League clubs are set to do business come the end of this season. United will reportedly overhaul their squad as David Moyes looks to completely revamp the side that has so far faltered this year.

Arsene Wenger on the other hand is likely to target a striker to provide support for current frontman Olivier Giroud, whereas Liverpool could well target more midfielders to strengthen their ambitions.

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