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Man Utd could strike Tottenham swap deal using Arsenal target Eric Bailly

Daily Star Wednesday, 22 May 2019
Man Utd could strike Tottenham swap deal using Arsenal target Eric BaillyTOTTENHAM have joined bitter-rivals Arsenal in the race to sign Manchester United outcast Eric Bailly.
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