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Updates: Chelsea and Manchester United join Arsenal in Battle for €60million Rated Bayer Leverkusen Star

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Chelsea and Manchester United are both in contact with Edmond Tapsoba from Bayer Leverkusen as it was reported in the German media.

A reports claimed that Arsenal were the first team to asked for the 22-years-old Burkina Faso International but it now appears there will be three English teams ready to battle out for the signature of Edmond Tapsoba.

The Bayer Leverkusen star has been linked with a move to Manchester United in the past and its now look like United have decide to step up their interest in breaking thier bank balance on the 22-years-old defender.

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Manchester United are said to be ahead of Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal side in the battle to sign the young defender.

Arsenal doesn’t look like a good destination for the player.

However, Chelsea are now involved as Thomas Tuchel seek to restructure his defence and this now make it hard for Arsenal and it might end up being a tough transfer battle between Manchester United and Chelsea.

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The reports claimed that Tapsoba’s release clause ia around €70 (£60), this might made it impossible for Arsenal to compete in this race.

While Chelsea and Manchester United will also find the price tag high, putting in consideration his lack of experience, considering the likes of Sevilla’s Jules Kounde, Real Madrid’s Rapheal Varane who could be available at a cheaper fee when the transfer window open.

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