Report: Tottenham, West Ham, Everton, Liverpool among clubs to enquire after Gabigol

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Premier League sides Tottenham, West Ham, Everton, Liverpool are all interested in Inter Milan's Gabriel 'Gabigol' Barbosa.

Up to seven Premier League teams are interested in Inter Milan striker Gabriel 'Gabigol' Barbosa, according to Bleacher Report's Dean Jones.

Tottenham, West Ham, Everton, Liverpool, Leicester City, Southampton, Swansea City and Stoke City have all expressed an interest in the Brazilian forward.

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Gabigol came close to signing with Leicester City last summer before Inter Milan won the race.

Inter are claimed to be open to letting Gabigol leave on loan despite paying £26 million for his services last summer - and the striker is keen on a move to the Premier League.

After his exploits for Santos and for Brazil's under-23 team, Gabigol was regarded as one of his country's biggest talents last summer, and was compared to Neymar and Manchester City new boy Gabriel Jesus.

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His career has stalled at Inter Milan, where he struggled to get a first team start for an inconsistent Nerazzuri side, with the manager who signed him, Frank de Boer, fired after three months.

He would have to be approved for a work permit in order to clinch a move to the Premier League, and the interested clubs are claimed to have already made enquiries.

Bleacher Report claim he would likely get the green light on appeal, as he does not meet initial criteria.

On a loan deal, Gabigol has plenty to prove and there is little risk on the Premier League team's parts. He will have to choose his club carefully, but whoever lands him could be snapping up a bargain.

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