Mar 24, 2011

Arsenal and Bayern Munich begin the battle to sign Bolton's Gary Cahill

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Arsenal and Bayern Munich have fired the starting gun for a scramble to sign £18million-rated England defender Gary Cahill after making a check on his form atOld Trafford on Saturday. Bolton manager Owen Coyle's recent admission that Cahill 'will outgrow this club and will go with my blessing' sent out a signal to the centre back's elite list of admirers, and Arsenal and Bayern were first to react by sending scouts to watch another commanding performance in a last-gasp 1-0 win for Manchester United.  Take your pick: Gary Cahill (right) has attracted a host of clubs Cahill, 25, is nearing the final year of his contract and there will be no shortage oftakers with United, Liverpool, Tottenham and Aston Villa also interested. Bolton may find a replacement in Real Mallorca defender Ivan Ramis, as they have joined Fulham, Celtic and Rangers in monitoring the 26-year-old.   Wenger tells Premier League to bring in simultaneous kick-offs for run-inEvans apologises to Holden as Bolton midfielder faces six months outAll the latest Bolton Wanderers news, features and opinion  Explore more:People: Gary Cahill, Owen Coyle Places: Liverpool



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