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Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema has been offered to a host of clubs including Manchester United and Arsenal as they look to revamp their squad according to the Daily Star.
The French striker has been on a bad form this season, with just five goals and five assists to his name in all competitions this season.
The striker’s future now looks uncertain at the Bernabeu and he has been linked with a move away from the Spanish capital in recent months.
According to Spanish outlet Diario Gol, Real Madrid have offered the striker to a number of clubs including Tottenham, Arsenal, Juventus and Man United.
They are trying to include Benzema in a swap deal for either Paulo Dybala, David De Gea, or Harry Kane at the end of the season, though it is unlikely that any of the teams will agree to a swap deal.
The report also added that Arsenal are keen on signing him, which is not surprising as Arsene Wenger’s long standing interest in him is no longer news.
They claim the Gunners are willing to take Benzema if Real will sell for around £35 million, but Madrid President Florentino Perez is demanding £53 million to sell him.
It is highly unlikely Arsene Wenger will buy Benzema, with his latest acquisition of Aubameyang meaning he now has two top class strikers in his team.
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