Roma join race for Manchester United star Shinji Kagawa

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Italian giants Roma have joined the list of European clubs interested in giving Manchester United midfielder Shinji Kagawa the chance to reignite his career. 

The Japanese international has been unable to establish himself at Old Trafford under new manager David Moyes, and has been overlooked and replaced in the United side by young starlet Adnan Januzaj. 

But now Roma are the latest club linked with offering the midfield playmaker the chance to gain first-team football once again.

According to reports, 24-year-old Kagawa could be the man to replace Roma's wanted man Miralem Pjanic. 

The Bosnian has been linked with Kagawa's former club German giants Borussia Dortmund, amongst others.

The Serie A side have already been able to help one Premier League flop restart his career, with former Arsenal forward Gervinho finding his feet in Italy since a move to the Stadio Olimpico. 

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