Porto have placed a £26m price tag on Yacine Brahimi amid interest from Arsenal, Manchester United and West Ham.
- Porto need to meet Financial Fair Play regulations
- Brahimi is interesting Arsenal, Manchester United and West Ham
- Brahimi is part owned by Doyen, which could complicate any deal
Brahimi is believed to be a target for Arsenal, Manchester United and West Ham.
The Algerian winger has a £52m release clause in his contract but Porto are asking for half of that in order to meet Financial Fair Play regulations.
Brahimi is right footed left winger known for his ability to cut inside and score spectacular goals from distance. He’s been linked with English clubs before, most notably Everton, who had a £33m bid rejected last summer.
However, any deal could be complicated by the player being part owned by Doyen Sports. Under FA rules, no player can part owned by any agent or investment group.