Arsenal, Tottenham and West Ham are reportedly tracking PSG star Ousmane Dembele for a potential loan move.
Dembele, 26, has struggled to find form in Ligue 1 since a €50million (£43m) summer switch from La Liga giants Barcelona. He got his first goal contribution in six games on Sunday (September 24), an assist in a 4-0 home win against Marseille.
There's been calls for him to be dropped by boss Luis Enrique – and according to The Mirror, a Premier League trio are keeping a close eye on the situation ahead of the January transfer window. The north London rivals have both been linked with Dembele in the past.
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And the Hammers are said to be interested in the France winger too, with an attacking signing on their agenda. He's tied down until 2028 in his home country's capital after PSG activated his release clause last month, ruling out a permanent move.
Injuries heavily disrupted his six years in Spain, but that didn't stop Parc des Princes chiefs taking his total transfer fees up to €220m (£191m). Borussia Dortmund bought him from Rennes for €35m (£30m) in 2016, while Barca forked out €135m (£117m) for his signature.
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Enrique gave Dembele his backing last week amid the criticism of his performances. He said: “If I were a supporter of a team, I would pay to see Ousmane Dembele.
"He’s a totally different player. He is unpredictable, overflows, works magic. It’s true that he may have missed things and didn’t score his first goal.
"But the day that happens, I’m sure he’ll score a lot later. This happens to all attackers. It’s wonderful for a coach to have a player of this quality and level available."
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