Arsenal & Man City to wait before swooping for £6m Rami

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Arsenal and Manchester City could still make a move for Valencia defender Adil Rami, according to talkSPORT

If reports are to be believed, the Premier League duo will wait and see if AC Milan secure a permanent move for the French international before making a move.

Rami has been on loan at the Italian giants in recent time, and it now appears that Milan are lining up a move for the star. 

However, Valencia's £6 million valuation of the defender could prove a stumbling block for the Italian outfit, which could leave the path open for either Arsenal or City to swoop. It appears that both clubs are interested in the defender and monitoring negotiations between Rami and Milan closely. 

For now though, Arsenal and Manchester City will be hoping to secure trophy success before the end of the campaign.

Arsenal will be hoping to end their trophy drought with an FA Cup final win, meanwhile City will be desperate to add to their Capital One Cup trophy by securing the Premier League title. 

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