Serge Gnabry continues to be linked with a return to Arsenal, but now, Liverpool have reportedly joined the race to sign the Germany international.
Many players have been touted with a move to the Emirates as the club looks to strengthen, Gnabry. The 26-year-old enjoyed another successful campaign with Bayern Munich last time out, scoring 17 goals and notching ten assists in all competitions to help the German giants win their tenth Bundesliga title in a row.
Despite his key role last season and their successes since he joined Bayern in 2018, Gnabry is out of contract next summer. The German international has yet to agree to fresh terms, which has reportedly alerted several clubs across Europe, including former club Arsenal.
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Another Premier League side said to be interested, however, is Liverpool. According to the Daily Mail, the Merseyside outfit are interested in a move for Serge Gnabry if they sell Sadio Mane this summer. Given how exceptional the Reds have been under Jurgen Klopp in recent years, there’s probably cause for concern amongst the Arsenal faithful.
Nevertheless, the German – who played for the Gunners between 2012-16 – has previously delivered his verdict on Arsenal, and a return to north London seems to make more sense based on his previous words.
In a 2019 interview with Pro Direct, the Bayern star opened up on his north London exit, he said: “It was the hardest decision, but I think it worked out well because I wanted to play. But as a club, Arsenal are top, top.”
He’s also previously said the age-old phrase: “Once a Gunner, always a Gunner” in the past and has dropped numerous hints that he still adores the club. If he truly does, a move to Liverpool would be unlikely, but worryingly for Arsenal fans, stranger things have happened.
Source by Football London