Arsenal target part of £50m Italian plan – report

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Inter Milan are preparing a double swoop on the Barclays Premier League, according to the Daily Star, with Carlos Tevez and Arsenal target Gary Cahill to make a combined £50 million move to the club.

Cahill has starred for Bolton since the defender signed to the club in 2008, and has attracted more attention from rival sides as his contract came into it’s last year.

The 25-year-old has a £17 million release clause in his contract, and while next summer he will be a free agent, Inter reportedly don’t want to wait and hope to steal the march on Arsenal and land Cahill.

Arsenal have long been connected with a deal for Cahill, but Arsene Wenger has been reluctant to spend big on the star, particularly with his contract ending so soon.

But now Arsenal will have multiple competition to contend with if they hope to land Cahill, with Inter hoping to build a Champions League winning side with Tevez on board as well.

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