Denis Zakaria, the midfield ace at Borussia Monchegladbach, is said to be aiming to join the Premier League this summer transfer window after his contract negotiations at Borussia Monchegladbach failed, with his contract expiring next year.
According to Goal, Zakaria hopes to join Arsenal in the Premier League, which he believes plays in the same style as he does. Arsenal fans may rejoice at this news as the Gunners' midfield is in desperate need of reinforcements, with players like Dani Ceballos, Martin Odergaard, and Guendozi having left, and Xhaka and Torreira's long-term futures at the club uncertain.
If Arteta and Edu respond to Zakaria's plea, they will be getting a top Bundesliga defensive midfielder who thrives in holding on to the ball and converting it with precise passes, at times playing the role of setting the tempo of a match, quality that perhaps only Thomas Partey's in the current Arsenal squad exemplifies.
Yes, Arsenal are the favorites, but According to Goal, if Arsenal misses out on signing Zakaria, Manchester City has expressed interest in him as well.
Will Zakaria wear a red jersey with the words 'fly better' next season with his desire for a Premier League move now public?(source-GOAL)
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