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Ilkay Gundogan have now gained interest from Arsenal

David Silva

Arsenal is said to be interested in Manchester City player Ilkay Gundogan. Arsenal have emerged as new interest for the player. His contract with Manchester City is currently at a stalemate, according to reports. Furthermore Arsenal’s quest for the Premier League title has been spearheaded by number of former City players. These players were some of the most important players in the Gunners squad this season. Therefore an interest in Ilkay Gundogan does not seem that surprising. Mikel Arteta, Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko have all switched to Arsenal from Manchester City. And as things appear, it might be that Ilkay Gundogan could be added to the list of players who made a switch to the London side.

Arsenal emerge as an interested side for Ilkay Gundogan

The player’s talks with City over a new deal is currently at a standstill. The Germany international currently demands a hefty salary with a two year contract. City might not offer him any of that. Furthermore Barcelona are also monitoring the situation of the player. And as per reports Ilkay Gundogan would love to end up at Camp Nou. Furthermore they are prepared to offer him the term of contract he is asking for. However they are not ready to offer him the same fee. Meanwhile Arsenal are also monitoring the situation closely. It will definitely be a coup for the Gunners give the status of Ilkay Gundogan. The player have 90 goal involvement in 290 games since his move to City. Furthermore he is yet another winner. Therefore he will help to bring the winning mentality in the dressing room.

Manchester City could be powerless to stop Ilkay Gundogan from making a move to Arsenal if they fail to agree on a new deal. That would be like the last thing that City would want to happen. As they wouldn’t want another of their players to prove an important signing for their rivals.

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