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04/12/2018 - 13:39 BST

Inter And Roma Ready To Trigger Release Clause In Contract of Arsenal Target

 




Inter and Roma are prepared to pay the buy-out clause in the contract of Arsenal linked youngster Ozan Kabak.

A product of the Galatasaray academy, the 18-year-old defender made his debut for the Turkish giants last season and has become a certain starter for them this term.




Despite his tender years, Kabak has started in the last nine of Galatasaray’s ten league games and their last three Champions League fixtures.

The young centre-back’s performances have piqued the interest of a few clubs in Europe and there are suggestions that Arsenal are closely monitoring his progress in Turkey.

 


Kabak has also attracted the interest of Italian clubs and, according to Italian outlet Tutto Mercato, Inter and Roma are prepared to make decisive moves to land him.

The youngster has a €7.5m release clause in his contract and both Italian clubs are ready to trigger it in order to snare him away from the Turkish giants.


Galatasaray could do little but to watch Kabak leave if the buy-out clause is triggered by one of his suitors.

He recently broke into the Turkey Under-21 set-up and is considered to be one of the brightest talents in his country.