As Gunners look forward to their FA Cup final match against Chelsea soon, the transfer window is about to be re-opened and the club's Manager, Mikel Arteta is missing out regarding the deal talks with the former OGC Nice Centre-back, Malang Sarr.
According to reports by Sun News, the 21 year old Malaang Sarr was available for a contract on a free transfer to Arsenal but currently, a host of teams are vying for his signing. A quick feature of Sarr holds that Malang Sarr has a record of over 100 appearances in the French top Division, he's left footed, and can also be used at left back.
Arsenal's board of management were on their toes regarding signing the centre back during the end of this season but this might be a shattered dream because, Bundesliga clubs are eyeing him obviously.
This was made known when an Italian Journalist, Fabrizio Romano took to twitter to note that Sarr is in talks with Germany and Italy Clubs. When asked about Arsenal's deal talk with Sarr, Romano replied, "... Malang Sarr is in talks with Bundesliga/Serie A Clubs."
Gunners, Should Sarr be set loose or grabbed by the club?
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