Arsenal target admits he is open to leaving his current club

Leandro Trossard has been linked with a move to Arsenal, and the Belgian has responded to the links.

He has developed into one of the Premier League’s tricky goal-scorers who recently bagged a hat-trick against Liverpool.

His performance in that game has increased the number of top clubs looking to add him to their squad.

Arsenal has developed well so far and they are challenging for the Premier League title this term.

Their squad lacks the depth that Manchester City has now and Trossard could improve that.

He probably has outgrown being a Brighton player, and he admits he would leave the Seagulls for the right opportunity, but he doesn’t want to be a bench warmer.

He said via Sun Sports:

 “If the opportunity arises, I want to go. But I want to play and not sit on the bench.”

Just Arsenal Opinion

Trossard has been developing well since he moved to the Premier League and he would be a good addition to our squad.

However, the attacker might struggle to play for us if he makes the move to the club now.

Which might make him choose a move to another suitor so he can continue spending time on the pitch.

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4 Comments

  1. We do not need him at the moment .
    On the Europa league , I wish Arteta don’t put any of our starting 11 barring Xhaka and Gabriel as no other option left in the squad .
    I want to see how our top 11 performs against Liverpool .
    If we get 3 points the narrative against Arsenal will change. It’s gonna be a massive game . Hence it will be fine to take a risk at home against Bodo

  2. we don’t need him? c’mon buddy, I have been watching this guy for a while and wondered why our gaffer never looked his way, dude is a our football taken with very good technical skills, amazing sense of positioning and takes his goals with aplomb, I personally think he is way ahead of the likes of Mudrick and Cody Gakpo cos he is premier league proven while those other guys are not and from experience that’s huge, I wonder why our gaffer had never looked his way

  3. I think he’s good accurate and very quick in decision-making. But as he said he’ll be useless sitting on the bench.

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