Arsenal receive boost in their bid to bring former player back

Arsenal has been handed a boost in their bid to bring Serge Gnabry back to the club at the end of this season.

The attacker struggled to make an impact at the Emirates when he was in London, but he has become a global superstar at Bayern Munich.

He has now won every club football competition he can get his hands on at the German club, and they want him to stay.

However, it seems he wants to try a new adventure, and The Sun claims he has rejected offers of a contract extension from the German champions.

They have offered to double his current wages, yet he is still reluctant to accept their bid and commit his future.

This is a major boost to Arsenal’s chances of bringing him back to London, and they can start speaking to the former West Brom loanee now.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Gnabry is a player that should never have left Arsenal if you consider the impact he is making at Bayern now.

However, there is no guarantee that he would have been this good if he remained at the Emirates.

Now that we have a second chance to have him in our books, we need to take it with both hands.

It is not clear why Gnabry has been rejecting Bayern’s contract offer, but if it is because he wants to change clubs, he would have many suitors.

We also need to be prepared to offer him as much money as he has rejected or even more to win the race for his signature.

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  1. A lovely thought that this great ex-player of ours might come back. SADLY, FINANCE WILL DECIDE OTHERWISE.

  2. I see some people didn’t read the whole article before commenting. They obviously missed the part where it states “He has now won every club football competition he can get his hands on”. What incentive is there for him to come back to AFC? To struggle to get to 4th in the EPL for the next 2/3 years? And since he’s a right winger, does that mean we bench Saka to accommodate him? I’m just asking…

    1. If he is better than Saka then why not bench Saka. We need goals, results and trophies in the end.

      1. @koss
        If we had wanted”goals and trophies” we would/should have signed an experienced manager…IJS

    2. He hasn’t won the EPL though. That’s a league that is more competitive than the Bayerndesliga. Joining Arsenal would be accepting a huge challenge. As for Saka, he’s a very versatile player, whom I believe Arsenal must be prepared to lose to the likes of Real Madrid.

    1. If he came back and I believe it’s a very big if, and he plays on the right, then Saka plays on the left, simples.

  3. From what I’ve read,the problem is not the money but the fact that he wants to play in the middle (CF).if Lewandowski stays that might be difficult.

    1. Interesting info will help our cause since we won’t have a single striker on the book at the end of the season. Will he be able to lead the line vs EPL defenders though ?

  4. Good to have one of our own back, but at the moment i would prefer to have a player in the mold of Darwin Nunez or Culvert Lewin. Extremely aggressive compared to the options we have and perhaps ball playing and good ball distribution centre backs like Van Dyk.

  5. Gnabry will play in the CF position. Stop these funy arguments. We’re in need of a striker, has good pace and can press. So look at the positive side of Gnabry’s arrival. Arteta will know how to manage his squad.

  6. “He has now won every club football competition he can get his hands on”

    Most players realise that domestic competitions are rubbish in most countries other than England.

    Who are the real candidates in other countries?

    Spain – Real/Barca stitch-up, occasional Atletico.
    France – PSG
    Germany – Bayern
    Italy – Milan x 2 and Juventus (match fixing is an issue there too)

    And the CL? It’s all about the above rabble plus the English teams. Not really as big a trophy as its made out to be.

    Maybe Gnabry wants to win what used to be the real competition – the PL. And maybe he’s tired of playing for a team that’s guaranteed to win it. Let’s hope so.

  7. He is a good player and such chances doesn’t come often get him straight away.he knows the club in and out already.

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