Arsenal splashed £150m last summer to sign fresh blood into that already crippling squad. Arteta signed the likes of Odegaard, Lokonga, Tavares and Ramsdale who have all proved to be first team choices for the Gunners. January has been known to be a tough transfer window across board. However, the Spanish manager will not stop casting tries come January.
According to Mirror, Arteta is now targeting Club Brugge forward Noa Lang. Lang has established himself as one of the hottest property in Europe after a series of convincing performances. He won the best youngest player of the season award last term. As if that's not enough, his cameo shone brighter winning a man of the match award in champions league group stage match with PSG.
In just 10 appearances, he has set 3 goals and netted 4. These stats have attracted suitors and bigwigs across Europe including AC Milan and Leeds United. Arsenal are ready to offer £25m for the Dutch while Brugge want £34m for the star.
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