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Southampton have no intention of selling defender Dejan Lovren in the summer.
The centre-back was one of Southampton's key players last season after joining from Lyon last summer, leading to speculation that he could be on his way to a bigger side.
Premier League trio Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham have been keeping tabs on the 24-year-old's situation at St Mary's Stadium, where there seems to be an exodus of key players.
The Saints have already parted ways with three players this summer, with Luke Shaw joining Manchester United, while Adam Lallana and Rickie Lambert have signed for Liverpool.
Spurs were thought to be leading the chase for the Croatia international, with former Saints boss Mauricio Pochettino hoping for a reunion at White Hart Lane.
However, reports claim new manager Ronald Koeman is keen to keep hold of Lovren as he prepares for his debut campaign in the Premier League.
Southampton are in no rush to continue selling as they have a potential £60m to play with in the transfer market to start rebuilding the squad.
Source: Daily Express
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