Tottenham, Man City and Arsenal all reportedly want to sign Djibril Sidibe
Manchester City are in need of a right-back after letting Pablo Zabaleta go this summer, while Bacary Sagna is also set to depart.
Manager Pep Guardiola is seeking to bolster his whole defence and Sidibe is on his radar.
However, a deal for the 24-year-old may prove tricky as Arsenal and Spurs also vie for the Frenchman.
That is according to French newspaper L’Equipe, who claim Monaco are drawing up battle lines in preparation to deflect bids for their ace.
Sidibe only joined the principality club last summer but helped them win Ligue 1 and reach the Champions League semi-finals.
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The former Lille star played 43 games for Monaco this season and is also a regular in the France national side.
Spurs’ interest in Sidibe likely stems from uncertainty over Kyle Walker’s future.
Both City and rivals Manchester United are interested in taking on the England international.
Tottenham would ideally like to keep Walker but manager Mauricio Pochettino appears ready to swoop in for a replacement early in the summer transfer window.
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As for Arsenal, their current right-back Hector Bellerin insists he is happy at the club despite interest from Barcelona.
Bellerin quit Barca for Arsenal back when he was still a youth player in 2011.
But a return to the Nou Camp is supposedly on the cards, with new Barca boss Ernesto Valverde seeking a right-back as a priority for next season.