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JOSE MOURINHO is bidding to close a triple transfer promotion this summer

Jose Mourinho is said to be planning an ambitious £ 83 million summer refurbishment – and the head of AS Roma is preparing to make another bid to win Granit Xhaka from Arsenal.

The former CEOs of Chelsea and Manchester United went through a difficult first season in Rome, with the Italian national team currently sinking in seventh place.

However, the 59-year-old has retained support for the club’s hierarchy, who will give a green light to a lavish summer spending to help Roma recover from the disappointing campaign.

And Mourinho plans to rush part of this large transfer kitten to Arsenal this summer.

A new report from Gazzetta dello Sport says Mourinho wants to strengthen his team with three key acquisitions to lead a “revolution” for the Italian club ahead of Serie A’s new campaign.

Xhaka remains a key destination, with Feyenoord star Marcos Senesi and Eintracht Frankfurt ace Filip Kostic also on Mourinho’s summer wish list.

Involving the trio would cost a significant amount – the same report outlines that the owners of the Friedkin family, Roma, are ready to support Mourinho with £ 83 million this summer to close deals.

While Senesi and Kostic are key targets, the report reveals that Xhaka is the “only name” they are thinking of strengthening Roma’s midfield.

However, it remains to be seen whether Arsenal will be keen to leave Xhaka, who came painfully close to Mourinho in Rome last summer.

The business collapsed at eleven o’clock a few weeks after Mourinho’s appointment – Xhaka signed a new contract with the Gunners shortly thereafter.

But news of the Swiss executive would be open to a fresh start in Italy after surviving another frustrating Premier League campaign in North London.

Concerns over Xhaka’s discipline have re-emerged after he was fired from Liverpool last month in Arsenal’s key Carabao Cup semi-finals – leading to the assumption that Arsenal chief Mikel Arteta could now be tempted to replace the midfielder if to call. The summer.

Elsewhere, Senesi would ideally help boost the defense, delivering 30 goals in just 24 league matches this year, while Kostic would be tasked with scoring goals to push Rome back for European football.

Serbian football have scored just three goals from the wind in the Bundesliga, but have collected seven assists this season.

Inter Milan has also been named after the attacker in recent weeks, but Roma is vying to steal its rival by preparing for an early move.

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