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BAYERN MUNICH - Muller being eyed by a host of clubs

08.09.2017 10.44 by Chiara Biondini  read 2019
Source: talksport.com
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Italian champions Juventus are readying a move for Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United target Thomas Muller.

The Bayern Munich star is reportedly unhappy with his reduced role under Carlo Ancelotti and could be set to leave the German giants next summer. As a result, many of Europe's top clubs are eyeing a move for the forward, with Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United all interested in taking him to the Premier League. But, according to Tuttosport, Juventus are also monitoring his situation closely and could launch their own bid.

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