• AC Milan Set to Battle Premier League Clubs for Signing of Celtic Striker Moussa Dembele

    News Sun 28 May 2017

    ​AC Milan have joined Premier League clubs Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea in the race to sign Celtic striker Moussa Dembele, according to the Daily Express.

    The in-demand 20-year-old has attracted the interest of a number of top clubs after an impressive first season in the SPL.

    Dembele scored 17 goals as Brendan Rodgers’ Celtic side strolled to the league title without losing a game.

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    Scouts from Premier League clubs have reportedly been watching the former Fulham youngster, who is valued at £40m.

    Milan are now believed to have been in contact with Dembele’s representatives over a potential summer move to Italy.

    The Rossoneri are expected to make a bid for the player in the near future, which could prompt Arsenal, Spurs and Chelsea into action.

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    Celtic held off interest from Premier League champions Chelsea last January as the Blues looked to strengthen in attack.

    As well as his impressive SPL goal scoring record, Dembele also found the net three times in the Champions League and four times in the Scottish Cup, a competition Celtic went on to win.

    Dembele has made 34 appearances to date for France’s youth sides, and currently features in the country’s under-21 team. A big money move this summer could see him break into the first team and establish himself as one of Europe’s most promising forwards.


    Source: http://www.90min.com/posts/5062963-ac-milan-set-to-battle-premier-league-clubs-for-signing-of-celtic-striker-moussa-dembele?utm_source=RSS

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