Arsenal transfer blow as target is now set to sign a new deal at his present club

Arsenal has been handed a major transfer blow as Serge Gnabry is now set to renew his contract at Bayern Munich.

The German has one year left on his current deal with the Bavarians, and he has been flirting with the idea of leaving the club.

Several teams want to add him to their squad, as they sense he might be keen on a new challenge.

Bayern and the attacker have been in talks over a contract extension for some time now, and the Bavarians are not giving up.

Their insistence on keeping him might be about to pay off with a new report revealing he might stay.

Kicker reports that he is now close to extending his time with Bayern for at least four more seasons.

The report claims only the last details of the agreement is left to be ironed out.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Although it would never be easy for Arsenal to sign Gnabry in this transfer window considering the clubs that have an interest in him, it was still great that we made an effort.

Bringing him back to the Emirates could have helped us to become an even stronger team, perhaps strong enough to mount a title challenge.

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  1. If not Arsenal I would prefer he remains at Bayern than end up in the EPL playing for our rivals (yes I’ll be petty on this one).

    Once we are back in the CL and he keeps improving his trade lets throw in another bid and hope the little boy in him pushes to join us.

  2. This was just a silly rumour that was NEVER going to happen in the real world. Its not a blow because it was never a thing

    1. Spot on! The very words I WOULD USE MYSELF!
      These low class falsehoods,when admins call things that were never on the cards, not in a million years, ” a blow”, insults our collective intelligence.

  3. We never went after him for this reason. He was likely to stay, and blatant truth, he is far above our current level and would not want to come to a club just in the Europa League in his prime years. Get paid Serge. 😁

  4. He was never ever coming and maybe some people will realise that now. He is too good a player to come to Arsenal at the moment.

  5. Stranger things have happened – I didn’t expect us to get him, but hope we did at least enquire. If you don’t ask, you don’t get

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