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EPL Clubs Set To Battle For €50M Pau Torres (DETAILS)

The English Premier League clubs consisting are set to battle for Villarreal Pau Torres, MySportDab reports.

The clubs consist of Chelsea alongside Manchester United and Manchester City all battling for Pau Torres this summer window.

Villarreal is set to partake in the UEFA Champions League semifinals for the first time after beating title favorite Bayern Munich.

After the game, the defender could decide to decide on his career as this won’t be the first time interest has poured in for the Spaniard.

He is expected to consider making the move now with three clubs hoping to complete a move in the summer window.

Chelsea already has their scout monitoring the player with Villarreal knowing they will need to sign him to replace Antonio Rudiger who has signed with Real Madrid.

It won’t be an easy one with Manchester City ready to flex their big cheque alongside Manchester United’s new manager looking to build a new team.

Fabrizio Romano, confirmed the three English Premier League clubs monitoring Pau Torres.

Here Is What Was Said:

“Pau Torres is attracting interest from top clubs again as his release clause will be valid this summer: €55/60m, available until the end of the market.

“Manchester United and Manchester City are both interested.

“Chelsea have also sent their scouts to follow him.

They all will be hoping they can lure the defender to the English Premier League with a lucrative deal on the table.

Chelsea is the side that badly needs the defender as they are having to deal with the loss of two of their defenders set to leave in the summer.

Pau Torres will be a good addition as they will be looking to sign more than one defender knowing they are yet to replace Kurt Zouma who joined West Ham United.

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Ifeanyichukwu Chris Akashili

Lagos Based Football, Sports And Biography Writer For MySportDab, Pro Football Expert - Chelsea Football Club Correspondent.

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