Juventus face growing competition for Arsenal captain Robin van Persie.

The Sun says Real Madrid are another option for Van Persie, with Manchester City and Chelsea also willing to break the bank for him.

Juve chief Pavel Nedved has started to make his move for the pair as part of his blueprint to lead the club back to former glories.

Real boss Jose Mourinho also likes Walcott but Juve are favourites to grab both, who are close pals.

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