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Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and Everton have been warned off Jeremie Boga with Sassuolo describing the in-form winger as ‘unsellable’, sporting director Giovanni Carnevali tells Corriere dello Sport, translated by Rai.

Just one year after swapping Chelsea for the Serie A outfit, speculation is rife that an explosive Ivory Coast international could be heading back to the Premier League – or London for that matter.

Goal reported in May that Boga has admirers at Everton and Brighton, with Frank Lampard’s Blues opting against exercising a £13.5 million buy-back clause in his contract.

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Two of Chelsea’s major rivals now find themselves at the centre of the transfer saga too.

Calciomercato reported a few weeks ago that a Tottenham side badly in need of an attacking spark had their sights set on a balletic, bouncing winger who models himself on none other than Eden Hazard.

According to FootMercato, however, the £25 million-rated Boga was likely to be a little rich for a cash-strapped Arsenal side this summer.

Though if Sassuolo get their way, Arsenal will not be the only club priced-out of a deal for one of Serie A’s most influential attackers.

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“The big guys will not leave. It is our desire for the team to improve,” Carnevali says.

How much is Boga worth? I don’t ask myself that question for the simple fact that we don’t want to sell him. I declare him officially unsellable. 

“Next season, he will stay at Sassuolo.”

While Boga is yet to add consistency to his speed, skill and eye-catching finishing skills, a tally of 11 goals in 30 games suggest he is on his way to living up to those Eden Hazard comparisons.

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