Arsenal could have a clear run to re-sign the German winger Serge Gnabry in this upcoming summer transfer window.
The 26-year-old’s current deal at the Allianz Arena will end at the end of next season. However, the Bavarian club haven’t been able to agree on a new deal with the highly-rated forward.
The report in the German outlet Sport1 is suggesting that the former Arsenal star Gnabry wants a salary package closer to what Leroy Sane and Kingsley Coman are currently earning which is around €15 million.
But, the forward’s main demand is not the money. He wants to play more centrally rather than where the new manager Julian Nagelsmann is currently deploying him at the Allianz Arena.
The 26-year-old played as a wing-back with the responsibility of defensive work. But, the German is eager to play more advance and centrally.
Therefore, the Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta should take advantage of these disputes between Serge Gnabry and Bayern Munich. And sign the 26-year-old in the summer.
If the two parties fail to reach an agreement. Then the German giants will have to cash in on their star forward rather than losing him for free next summer.
Can Arsenal manage to re-sign Serge Gnabry?
Signing Serge Gnabry will be a very tough ask for the Arsenal hierarchy. Bayern Munich does not like to lose the key member of their first-team squad. And the German giants will be desperate to keep hold of their star winger.
So, although it will be difficult to break a deal for the 26-year-old in the summer. It will be a great acquisition for the North London club if they were to get this deal over the line.
Meanwhile, the Gunners have indicated that they will be busy once again this summer. And they will be looking to strengthen their squad. Qualifying for the Champions League will help Mikel Arteta in persuading his number one target to join the club.
Otherwise, they might have to settle for the second or third choice options in the transfer market. So, it will be extremely important that the North London club finish in the top four spots.
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