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AC Milan Clear The Way For Arsenal And Manchester United By Admitting That Khedira Is Too Expensive

Milan can’t afford a move for the German international.

Premier League trio Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea appear to have a free path to fight it out over the signing of Real Madrid midfielder Sami Khedira, either in January or on a free transfer next summer, after Milan head honcho Adrian Galliani admitted that the Serie A club can’t afford the German international’s wages.

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Khedira has so far resisted the overtures of Real to extend his contract at the Santiago Bernabeu and looks all set to leave the club, whether in a cut price January move or on a free transfer next summer when his contract reaches its conclusion.

Recent reports have suggested that Manchester United are now the favourites to secure the signing of the box-to-box midfielder as they are willing to offer him a £200,000 per week wage packet that neither Arsenal or Chelsea would match.

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