Premier League clubs Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal have joined Everton and Tottenham in the race to sign Fulham striker Moussa Dembele, according to the Mirror.

Everton and Tottenham were previously the two clubs who were leading the chase for the 19-year-old, but now they face interest from three Premier League giants.

Dembele made the move to Fulham from PSG’s youth team in 2012 and has since gone on to establish himself as a first team regular.

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In 25 appearances for Fulham this year, Dembele has scored 10 goals and assisted 2, making him a wanted many by clubs in England’s top division.

However, the forward won’t come cheap with Fulham reportedly putting a £12 million price tag on the player.

Fulham currently find themselves under a transfer embargo which means they have to offload players before they can begin to buy players for a fee again. Should Dembele leave, they would have this transfer embargo lifted without the need to sell further.

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Fulham currently find themselves sat in 19th place in the Sky Bet Championship table, six points clear of the relegation places.

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