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Arsenal face further competition in the race to sign Serge Aurier with Premier League rivals Swansea and QPR interested in the Toulouse right-back.
According to reports, Brendan Rodgers was looking to capitalise on Arsene Wenger's lack of movement in the transfer market by swooping for Aurier with a £7m bid.
Aurier's agent Stephane Courbis claimed at the start of June another Premier League club were in for the 21-year-old.
"There is no agreement with Arsenal," Courbis said.
"We've talked in past but there has been nothing recently. We're in talks with another English side."
However, L'Equipe claim that Swansea and newly-promoted QPR are also eyeing a move for the Ivorian.
Ivory Coast striker Didier Drogba recently praised Aurier who has impressed at the World Cup.
"Serge brought us energy and balance and he had a fantastic game," Drogba told Fifa.com.
"He's the best right-back in all of France.
"I think he'll do well at the next level too, in the Premier League."
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