England international Kieran Trippier has expressed his desire to return from Spain this off-season.
The Atletico Madrid full-back has spent two seasons in Spain, helping Diego Simeone’s side win LaLiga in 2020-21.
A former Burnley and Tottenham defender, Trippier has been pursued by Manchester United who are yet to agree a fee with Atletico.
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Arsenal have joined United in targeting Kieran Trippier, reports The Sun.
The Gunners see Trippier as Hector Bellerin’s replacement, with the Spaniard having been linked with Inter as he aims to make a move away from north Lonndon.
Atletico are demanding €40million (£34million) for 30-year-old Trippier.
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