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Serge Gnabry Could Rejoin Arsenal This Summer For Surprisingly Low Fee

Serge Gnabry Could Rejoin Arsenal This Summer For Surprisingly Low Fee

Serge Gnabry could be in line to depart Bayern Munich.

German winger Serge Gnabry has grown frustrated that his wage demands have not been met at Bayern Munich and is reportedly open to leaving the club this summer. With the 26-year-out of contract in 2023, the Bundesliga giants could be interested in cashing in on Gnabry if an attractive offer were to come in.

The versatile forward who can play on either flank or even through the middle on occasion has been linked with a shock return to Arsenal. He left the north London outfit 6 years ago after running down his contract with the Gunners. Real Madrid are also said to be interested in the attacker after missing out on Kylian Mbappé, but reports suggest Man City’s Raheem Sterling is a priority for them.

Signing a player of this quality would be hugely beneficial for Mikel Arteta and his young side at Arsenal. Arteta already has a plethora of attacking talent in Bukayo Saka, Emile Smith Rowe, Gabriel Martinelli, and Eddie Nketiah, but signing a player of Gnabry’s stature would elevate the Gunners. He’d guarantee goals.

As per Bild, both Real Madrid and Arsenal are said to be open to signing the German next summer if striking a deal proves difficult this window. How easy it is to pry Gnabry away from Bayern likely depends on their pursuit of Sadio Mané who is said to be a key target.

It's reported Gnabry could be available for as little as £25 million.

Gnabry still clearly has a connection with the Arsenal fanbase as evidenced by his social media celebrations after Bayern’s 7-2 victory as Spurs in 2019. There’d be a romanticism about any such move, but whether the Gunners remain an attractive proposition for Gnabry amid their lack of Champions League football next season remains to be seen.

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Topics: Serge Gnabry, Arsenal, Bayern Munich, Transfers