Arsenal set to complete deal with 23 years old Premier League winger
Arsenal are reportedly interested in securing the services of Newcastle United forward, when the transfer window is reopened.
The 23 who has established himself as a regular first team squad, has enjoyed stunning season, managing to find back of the net 3 times and providing 4 assists in 22 Premier League appearances.
The France international performances has attracted a host of European teams like Paris Saint-Germain,Napoli and Arsenal.
However, Arsenal have reportedly identified him as a potential transfer target and are planning to finalise a deal with the Frenchman, as they seek for an improvement in their front line, as their two experienced forward been already rumoured with an Emirate Stadium exit, ahead of the next season.
Allan Saint-Maximin who still has 5 years left in his deal with the Premier League outfits, which could made him to be seen in the club till 2025, could be seen in the Gunners shirt next campaign to replace their attacking duo.
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