Arsenal are purportedly prone to return for Leicester City midfielder Youri Tielemans before the finish of the late spring move window.
The Belgium global was left on the seat in Leicester’s last game, adding to the hypothesis over his future that has ruled titles for such a great deal the late spring.
Munititions stockpile could do with a new midfielder, and Tielemans seems OK as an optimal objective due to being in the last year of his agreement at the King Power Stadium.
As per Het Nieuwsblad, Arsenal currently look set to resuscitate their advantage in Tielemans late on in the exchange window, as there is by all accounts the assumption that his asking cost could fall.
The 25-year-old has supposedly been viewed as too expensive for a player who is on course to be a free agent in a year’s time, according to the report, so that could put pressure on Leicester to lower their demands.
Arsenal fans will surely hope an agreement can be reached, as Mikel Arteta arguably lacks much depth in the middle of the park, with Thomas Partey having fitness issues in his time in north London, while the likes of Granit Xhaka and Mohamed Elneny have not really been consistent enough.