Report: 'Astonishingly gifted' £66m star now fancies Arsenal move, amid reports of January bid
Serbian midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is said to be open to moving to the Premier League with Arsenal, according to reports.
Milinkovic-Savic is once again being linked with a move to England as the transfer window approaches. After doing well for Serbia in the World Cup, there is speculation around his future.
And speaking to La Lazio Siamo Noi, La Repubblica journalist Giulio Cardone has said that Milinkovic-Savic very much appreciates Arsenal.
“Arsenal on Milinkovic? The news is that the player has changed his opinion on the English club which already tried to approach him last summer. If a fair proposal were to arrive this time, he would consider it. Today the Gunners are dominating the Premier League, they will go to the Champions League, they have started a fascinating project, they have acquired a different appeal,” Giulio Cardone said to La Lazio Siamo Noi.
“Agent Kezman has been probing various clubs for some time to then bring offers to Lazio. In the summer he had garnered serious interest from the London club and Newcastle. Situations declined, but things could change next summer. It will be an important push and pull”.
TBR’s View: Arsenal have good options in January
The bonus of being top of the league means that players want to sign for your club. And that appears to be the case with Arsenal right now.
Every time they get linked to a player there is usually a follow on suggesting that player will be keen on making a move to the club. It’s a credit to Arsenal and to Mikel Arteta, who has taken the Gunners to such a stage.
If they can sign the ‘astonishingly gifted‘ Milinkovic-Savic, then they are onto a sure-fire winner.
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