Arsenal & Liverpool get green light over Yann M'Vila

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Rubin Kazan are ready to offload France midfielder Yann M'Vila, with Arsenal, Liverpool and Everton on alert.

According to talkSPORT, Liverpool and Everton are long-term admirers of the Rubin Kazan midfielder, with M'Vila spotted at Goodison Park last November reportedly ahead of a January transfer.

But the Daily Mirror also claims Arsenal may revive their interest in the French international.

A move in January never materialised, but it seems Rubin Kazan are still willing to shift M'Vila at the earliest opportunity following a change in manager earlier this year.

The big-spending Russian club look set to follow the lead of Anzhi by offloading their expensive foreign imports in favour of home-grown Russian players.

M'Vila was a high profile addition when he signed last year for £10.5m, but after just 22 Russian Premier League appearances Rubin Kazan are ready to cut their losses.

That opens up the opportunity for Arsenal, Liverpool and Everton, with the Merseyside rivals and the Gunners each credited with interest in the 23-year-old in the recent past.

M'Vila as pictured sitting in the stands at Goodison Park during the Merseyside derby against Liverpool, sparking rumours of a move to Everton.

But Brendan Rodgers is also keen to add to his midfield options this summer, and could take another look at M'Vila if the price is right.

Before joining the Russian club in the 2013 January transfer window, M'Vila was strongly linked with Arsenal and Queens Park Rangers.

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