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Gündoğan under Arsenal’s radar as Pundit reacts to speculations

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Arsenal joins the race to sign Manchester City midfielder İlkay Gündoğan in the summer transfer window.

Gunners are looking to sign the German maestro to strengthen their midfield for next season. With Champions League Football returning to Emirates after 6years, Arsenal will be bringing reinforcement in the summer.

According to reports from “Bild” via Sports in Spain, Arsenal have made the decision to go for the services of Gündoğan in the summer. The 32-year-old German International wants a long-term contract at Manchester City, something that club officials have been reluctant to offer.

Despite ongoing negotiations with Barcelona, Arsenal are ready to test Gündoğan with a substantial contract offer. Gunners will try to offer him a long-term contract to change his mind.

Reports suggests that Gündoğan has had a conversation with Barca manager Xavi Hernandez about his role at Camp Nou. However anything can happen, as the player has not yet decided on his future.

Pundit claims that Gündoğan should stay at Manchester City

Pundit Simon Jordan claims that İlkay Gündoğan should stay at Manchester City beyond this season. Speaking to TalkSport’s One 2 One, he stated:-

“They’ve got the best coach, they’ve got a remarkable brand of football. They’ve got the best centre forward, they’ve got great players all over the pitch. City have also got plenty of money, they’ve got lots of ambition. So all of those ingredients mean that Man City don’t have to do anything besides give people the opportunity to perhaps stay in that environment.

“And if you’re Gundogan unless you want to go somewhere else because that’s where your heart is. Why would you want to leave Man City? Of course, unless they make you a derisory offer. I’m not entirely sure that rivalry and Man City’s pay structure, go in the same sentence, but we’ll see.”

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