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REPORTS CLAIM MAHREZ HAS DECIDED TO MOVE TO ARSENAL, BUT RANIERI CONFIDENT OVER HIS STAY

REPORTS CLAIM MAHREZ HAS DECIDED TO MOVE TO ARSENAL, BUT RANIERI CONFIDENT OVER HIS STAY

According to the reports In France Riyad Mahrez has decided to move away from the reigning champions of England to Arsenal.

Kamel Bengougam agent of Mahrez was found at the Gunners’ pre-season friendly match against the lens. But he refuses to say anything on th story.

 

The Algerian star netted 17 goals last season for the Foxes, and was named PFA Player of the year. He played a huge part in winning the Premier League title for Leicester City, as the foxes emerged as the biggest underdogs in world football to be crowned as the Champions of England.

 

Mahrez moved to Leicester for just £400,000 from Le Havre in January 2014. His performance for the foxes was charismatic that grabs the interest of Arsene Wenger and many more.

 

 Leicester City boss on Saturday insisted the highly rated attacking mid-fielder will remain with the foxes next season, saying

"I'm confident, of course, It is over, the market is closed here. Mahrez wants to stay.”

 

 

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