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Real Madrid, Barcelona to battle for Yunus Musah?

Valencia youngster Yunus Musah is interesting both Real Madrid and Barcelona, according to a report.

Real Madrid and Barcelona are both allegedly interested in signing Valencia youngster Yunus Musah.

The 17-year-old joined Los Che from Arsenal in the summer of 2019 and has made the step into the first team this term, already featuring on seven occasions in Spain's top flight.

A recent report claimed that Valencia have offered the England Under-18 international a new long-term contract at the Mestalla as his existing deal expires in June 2022.

However, according to reports in Spain, both Madrid and Barca have been impressed by the youngster's development and are keeping a close eye on the situation.

Musah, who has been compared to Barca teenager Ansu Fati, has largely operated as a right midfielder for Javi Gracia's side during the early stages of the season.

Borussia Dortmund and Liverpool are also believed to be admirers of a player who was born in the United States to Ghanaian parents.

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