Arsenal have been linked with a reunion with Serge Gnabry from Bayern Munich side this summer. This is after the latter is then believed to have failed to agree on new contract with his current employers.
Serge Gnabry was at Arsenal before leaving for a more playing time and has now seen his current contract remain with only 12 months before expiry next year. According to Sunsport the latter has tuned down a new contract from Bayern Munich believed to be worth a whopping close to £200k weekly salary.
Now the Bundesliga outfit are set to ponder on final decision to sanction his exit which is rumoured by Daily Mail. May be of £35 million to allow any suitor get his services this summer.
This is to avoid losing the 26-year-old on a free transfer in next season and has seen Erik ten Hag interested in signing the star. Especially with Greenwood future not certain due to pending 'rape allegations' case to sort out as per Sunsport.
So is Martial back from on loan spell at Sevilla and didn't have a good time and Rashford failed to impress last season. But the same situation with Pep Guardiola who is interested. As per the same publication and his looking to possibly replace. Sterling if he does exit for Chelsea who are believed to be in talks for the star with Manchester City as per Daily Mail report.
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