Arsenal joined by United & Liverpool in Suarez race

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Arsenal transfer target Matias Suarez is being chased by Liverpool, Manchester United and Manchester City, according to his agent.


The Argentinian has been attracting interest form all over Europe and it appears the likes of Kenny Dalglish and Sir Alex Ferguson have joined Arsene Wenger in the race for a summer move, reports talkSPORT.


The 23-year-old has been prolific in the Belgian Jupiler Pro League, which had led to reports of a pre-contract agreement with the Emirates Stadium club but agent Jorge Cyterzpiler’s quote suggest this may not be the case.


“The player has attracted interest from clubs in England and Italy,” he said to Italian website


“Liverpool have been spoken about but both Manchester clubs are also watching him. Juventus also have a chance to sign him.


“In April I will be in Italy to discuss his future. In the summer he will certainly move on but Anderlecht won't let him go for cheap.”


With interest growing in the athletic forwards signature, his current club mayt be hopeful of a bidding war, especially when the likes of Manchester City are said to be involved.


Despite Cyterzpiler speaking about the prospect of a Serie A move, the report claims that a move to the Premier League may be more likely.


Arsenal’s interest could be down to the lack of quality back-up for captain and top-scorer Robin van Persie, but Liverpool have goal scoring problems and could be looking for a player with the necessary cutting edge to finish their chances next season.

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