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Arsenal and Man Utd suffer major Gabriel Magalhaes transfer blow due to Napoli

Daily Star Thursday, 13 August 2020
Arsenal and Man Utd suffer major Gabriel Magalhaes transfer blow due to NapoliArsenal and Manchester United look set to miss out on Lille defender Gabriel Magalhaes after Napoli swooped in late to take the lead in the race for his services
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