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Arsenal Reject Talks Up Bayern Munich Move

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Arsenal Reject Talks Up Bayern Munich Move

Former Arsenal starlet Serge Gnabry has talked up a possible move to Bayern Munich at some point in the future.

The German made a total of 10 appearances for the Gunners and following an unsuccessful loan at West Brom last term, was sold to Werder Bremen in the summer for a fee in the region of £5 million.

It had been reported that Arsene Wenger wanted to keep the 21-year old, with Wenger now placing great faith in current prodigy Alex Iwobi.

Gnabry has impressed since leaving the Emirates and showed Arsenal what they let go when he scored a hat-trick against San Marino in the recent international break.

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Links with Bayern Munich have emerged and Gnabry admits that he would be open to a move to the Bavarians.

Speaking to reports, as quoted by Yahoo, he said:

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"I could definitely see myself at Bayern Munich. I am the kind of player who likes a challenge."

Gnabry has the backing of a Germany teammate, who also happens to play for Bayern Munich. Jerome Boateng believes the winger has what it takes to play for the Bundesliga champions.

He said:

"Gnabry has developed superbly, he is an amazing player. I think he has what it takes to play for Bayern. I hope he will stay healthy, he has the potential to achieve anything."

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Topics: Arsenal, Bayern Munich, Serge Gnabry, AFC

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