If he were to choose between Arsenal and AC Milan, Noa Lang of Club Brugge would prefer a move to the Gunners.
Voetbal 24 claims to be keeping all options open as curiosity over his long-term future grows.
Over the last year or so, Noa has established himself as a star at the club, and as a result, Lang has gained a lot of fans.
Leeds United have been particularly keen in the recent transfer markets, but have never been able to complete a reported deal.
In the meantime, he's continued to impress and piqued greater interest, with Arsenal reportedly leading the chase for his signing.
According to reports in the United Kingdom, the club will make an offer soon.
Lang is expected to continue with his squad until next summer, according to Voetbal, but both Arsenal and I Rossoneri want to move him away at that moment.
The attacker has a definite preference between the two outfits if that happens. The north Londoners are, fortunately, the winners.
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