Arsenal are Reportedly ready to offer Ryan Bertrand a contract after the left back failed to reach a new agreement with the Saints, the former Chelsea man will become a free agent within a few weeks.
Arsenal have been linked with him for some time, and after having Sead Kolasinac on loan to Schalke 04 in the last transfer window, they considered an approach for the England International. The Gunners have just a natural left-back Kieran Tierney, they will need to solve the problem in the summer.
Since there is not much money supply at the moment, they hope to find value in the free transfer market. This makes Bertrand an ideal target to the Gunners. Goal.com said that Arsenal are facing competition from Milan and Monaco outside of England.
The Gunners will not be able to provide European football next season, while the other two teams can provide at least European league football. If he is curious about life outside the Premier League, then he can seize the opportunity to play with one of the teams.
Source: Just Arsenal
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