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Arsenal eye Fiorentina's Jovetic

Arsenal make Fiorentina ace Stevan Jovetic the number one target in the summer.
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City are likely to ask for a fee in the region of £4million with Everton and Aston Villa expected to be interested.

Stevan Jovetic is emerging as Arsenal's number one summer target, with the Gunners prepared to smash their transfer record to sign the Fiorentina striker.

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