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Chelsea, Liverpool, Man United ALERTED as forward’s BARGAIN buyout clause is revealed

Any one of Bojan Krkic‘s mooted suitors may be primed to move for the forward during the January transfer window after it was revealed that the Stoke City star has a £10 million buyout clause.

The two-time Champions League winner left Barcelona with his career seemingly in tatters when he moved to Stoke for a mere £1.5 million 18 months ago.

However, he has transformed his reputation and rediscovered some of his former lustre after consistently demonstrating his creative class and menacing movement in the Premier League.

Bojan has five goals and one assist so far this term, and has been a key reason why Stoke are flying under Mark Hughes.

However, as revealed by the Mirror, the Spain international has a release clause in his contract of just £10 million, meaning that any heavyweight club who wanted a potential EPL difference-maker in the final third would hardly need to think twice before moving for the former Ajax, AC Milan and AS Roma frontman.

The Guardian have reported that heavyweight trio Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea are all keen on the attacker, and with all three in need of offensive improvement, don’t be surprised to see one pick up a bargain addition over the coming month.

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