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Roma, Internazionale to do battle for Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge

Roma, Internazionale to do battle for Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge
From ESPN - January 20, 2018

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Serie A giants battle for Sturridge

Roma and Inter will go head-to-head for the signature of Daniel Sturridge, reports Corriere dello Sport.

The Liverpool striker has been out of favour under Jurgen Klopp and is eager to secure a January move to salvage his World Cup dream.

The Giallorossi and Nerazzurri, who meet in a mouthwatering clash in the league on Sunday with both competing for a Champions League spot, will make offers for the 28-year-old.

Roma have entered the race after interest emerged from Chelsea for star striker Edin Dzeko, who they are prepared to sell high on at nearly 32 years of age, but not until a replacement is secured.

That's unlikely Emerson Palmieri, who is on his way out and will join the Blues as competition for Marcos Alonso at left wing-back.

Gunners ready to strike Auba deal

Arsenal have been told what it will take to sign Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang with Borussia Dortmund holding out for 55 million, reports the Express.

The Gunners have already bid 45m for the Gabonese striker, which was rejected by the Bundesliga giants.

But a second bid could come close to the asking price, which would break their current club record of 47m paid for Alexandre Lacazette last summer.

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Pogba demands huge pay rise

Paul Pogba will demand Man United double his wages, according to the Mirror, once Alexis Sanchez completes his move to Old Trafford.

The Arsenal star is set to pocket a basic wage of 400,000-per-week and with Pogba well short of that on 200,000-per-week, United may have a problem.

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