Arsenal have apparently had conversations over a transition to sign Malang Sarr - yet face the possibility of passing up him as they have not yet made him an agreement offer.
The France Under-21 universal is as of now in further developed talks with different clubs with Serie A side Torino putting forth a deliberate attempt to land him.
Gunners have plans to acquire another center back in the late spring in the wake of sending Konstantinos Mavropanos out on credit for another season.
The Greek defender, who has quite recently finished a fruitful advance spell in Germany, helping Nurnberg maintain a strategic distance from transfer from the Budesliga 2, has marked another arrangement with Arsenal yet will spend next season at Stuttgart, as was reported on Thursday.
Arsenal have invited back William Saliba, who spent his season on loan with Saint-Etienne in Ligue 1, yet at the same time need to support their backline alternatives in front of next season.
Just as Sarr, Reims focus back Axel Disasi, who has as of late been connected with Wolves and Southampton, is additionally on Arsenal's radar.
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