Arsenal FC are set to clash with Liverpool as part of the first games in premier league following the international break.
Arsenal FC tends in recruiting Laliga 27 year old france attacking midfielder as an alternative or possible replacement should in case the norway international attacking midfielder Martin Ødegaard refuse to sign a permanent deal with the gunners and head back to Real Madrid.
According to report, Martin Ødegaard former club are supposedly reluctant to let Martin Odegaard depart as they view him as an integral part of their team in the future, and with the playmaker’s reported £300m release clause also proving problematic, alternatives will be sought if they cannot come to an agreement with Zinedine Zidane’s side.
However, Italian journalist has suggested that the gunners should keep tabs on the €25m rated Frenchman.
Real Betis attacking midfielder Nabil Fekir has scored three goals and provided six assist in twenty five laliga games this season, Although, Keeping 22-year-old Real Madrid star on the books is believed to be the Gunners top priority
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