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Sevilla want Kaboul as replacement for Manchester United target

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Sevilla want to bring Tottenham defender Younes Kaboul to La Liga this summer, according to The Daily Mail

If reports are to be believed, the Spanish outfit have identified the French centre-half as a replacement for Federico Fazio.

Fazio has been targeted by some of the elite clubs in the Premier League in recent time, with the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool and Everton all reportedly interested in his services.

It remains to be seen as to whether Sevilla can persuade Kaboul - who is out of contract at White Hart Lane in the summer of 2015 - to join them in the up coming market, however their interest in the Spurs defender appears to be good news for the likes of Manchester United and Co. 

It remains to be seen as to whether the elite Premier League clubs step up their pursuit of Fazio in the near future. Manchester United have been tipped to make a number of signings this summer and improving the bak-line at the Theatre of Dreams could be a priority for David Moyes. 

And as the likes of Arsenal, Liverpool and Everton target long term success, they may also battle for the 27-year-old defender this summer. 

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