Arsenal is now in a three-horse race for Xavi Simons

Arsenal has shown interest in signing Xavi Simons since last season, following his impressive loan spell at RB Leipzig.

PSG owns the Dutchman, who has now returned to his parent club, but he faces limited opportunities for playing time and is once again linked with a potential move away.

Simons is one of the most exciting young attackers in Europe, having also had successful spells at PSV.

Arsenal, known for having some of the most promising talents in the Premier League, continues to seek players who can strengthen their squad further.

Simons’ performance over the past few seasons has caught the attention of several top clubs. PSG is expected to loan him out again, despite not being available for a permanent transfer.

According to a report by Express Sport, Arsenal’s interest in Simons is strong, but they face stiff competition from Manchester United and Manchester City. Both clubs are impressed with his development and might push PSG to consider selling him.

This competition highlights Simons’ rising profile and the high regard in which he is held by Europe’s elite clubs.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Simons has been one of the finest attackers around in the past two seasons, and we should consider signing him if he is available for a permanent deal.


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  1. Has Folden and Trent become the weak links in this England team?.
    A not fully fit Saka shines after his first start for 5 weeks.. England is not the same without Saka starting, and Bellingham would not have got his goal if it was not for Saka’s attacking play to set up the easiest of headers, even I could have scored.
    Southgate needs to drop Folden and Trent against the big teams, otherwise England will feel like their playing with 9 men.

    1. Saka has been more effective than Foden in an England shirt up till now.
      Yet certain pundits and Arsenal fans would have us believe that Foden is more important to England’s success than Saka.
      It will be interesting to see how they do through the rest of the tournament. Maybe we will see the real Foden.
      Trent is an interesting one as the rationale for putting him in is understandable. However, the outlets need to be there to exploit his passing range.

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