United and Arsenal need €40m plus for Wolfsburg star

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Edin Dzeko may stay at Wolfsburg after the German side hinted that only a huge offer would be enough to let the striker leave.

Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea have all been linked with the Bosnian striker, who has been highly impressive in the Bundesliga this season.

It has been reported in German daily Bild that Arsenal scouts have been keeping close tabs on Dzeko’s situation, as manager Arsene Wenger goes in search of adding more fire power to his striker force in the summer.

Manchester United have also stated their interest in the 24 year-old, back in December, when assistant manager Mike Phelan called him "ideal for the English league".

However, Wolfsburg boss Dieter Hoeness has made his intentions clear stating that he would still prefer to keep the striker even if another club was to offer €40 million Euros.

He told Bild, "If I had a choice between 40 million and the player – I would keep the player."

So far this season Dzeko has scored 21 goals in 38 appearances for Wolfsburg.

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