Serge Gnabry’s minimum fee release clause has reportedly been revealed as a lowly £6.8 Million, and the Metro has hinted that Arsenal should make up for their mistake and bring him back.
Serge Gnabry has stated that he would not have made it to this high-point in his career had he not spent time at Arsenal, after marking his international debut with a hat-trick.
The 21 year-old left the Gunners in the summer in order to join Werder Bremen, as the youngster looked to seal regular first-team action having struggled to earn a regular role in North-London.
Okay so the transfer window has closed and we Arsenal fans have had a little bit of time in which to take in all that has happened and look at things in a fairly reasonable and calm sort of way (if that is ever possible when you are a football fan).
The Arsenal and Germany international star Serge Gnabry certainly seems to be getting his football career firmly back on track after a couple of bad years. Now the 21-year old Gunner is set for the showpiece final at the Rio Olympics, where he and his German teammmates will take on the home nation Brazil and their star striker Neymar from FC Barcelona on Saturday night.
I am not sure how pleased the majority of Arsenal fans will be with the fact that the Arsenal forwards seem to be doing their best to convince Arsene Wenger that he does not need to use the last few scratchings of the summer transfer window to add to the firepower of the Gunners, but let us just hope that he signs a top class player to compete with Olivier Giroud and all anyway.
Arsenal fans will have to wait and see what Arsene Wenger does with this young Gunner when he returns from playing for the Germany national team at the Rio Olympics, because if last season was anything to go by then Serge Gnabry could find himself out in the cold and on loan to another club once again.
The new Arsenal striker Takuma Asano may not have a work permit to play football in England, but his chances of getting one soon are sure to be improved by his impressive form for the Japan national team at the Rio 2016 Olympic games.
Not many Arsenal fans will be expecting to see much action from these two young Arsenal players in the year ahead, with our summer signing Takuma Asano still not having been granted a work permit to play football in England and Serge Gnabry being one of the forgotten stars from the academy and seemingly nearing the end of his time with the club.