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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.
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:
"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.
"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."
(h/t Yahoo Sport)
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