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Arsenal Told To Hijack Chelsea's Transfer Target As Man United Already Finds Ronaldo's Replacement

English premier league outfits are still busy in the market this summer looking for players who will ensure they compete rather than participate in a premier league season that begins in August.

Manchester City, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, Man United and Arsenal are amongst the top clubs who have already announced officially their new arrivals this summer. Of all the top clubs, Chelsea is yet to make a new signing.

Despite confirming Tyrell Malacia as their new signing of the summer, Manchester United are having another transfer headache to deal with as Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly asked to leave the club.

According to reports by The Times, Ronaldo has told Manchester United to accept any reasonable amount should any club approach them for his signatures this summer despite the club's hierarchy insisting that the talisman is not for sale.

Since making his intentions to exit the club known to the employer, Chelsea has been seen as his possible destination due to the fact that his agent, Jorge Mendes met new Chelsea owner Todd to discuss a possible move to Stamford Bridge.

However, top Arsenal fan has advised his club club to make move and hijack the United wantaway skipper should he decide to leave for Chelsea this summer.

Piers Morgan, an Arsenal fan, has asked Ronaldo to join the club, tweeting a photo of himself with the striker and a Gunners shirt with his name on the back. The tweet’s caption was simple: “It’s time @Cristiano

Manchester United on the other hand have accepted that Ronaldo's future is out of their hand and are currently working on bringing in his permanent replacement.

The Daily sports understands that Manchester United United have revived their interest in signing former Arsenal ace Serge Gnabry who is currently playing for Bayern Munich.

This will mean that Manchester United will compete Arsenal who have also thrown their hats into this ring to re-sign their former winger.

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