Dortmund open door to offers for Arsenal’s target

Borussia Dortmund has opened the door for Julian Brandt to leave the club this month, in a boost for Arsenal.

The Gunners have been looking to sign the German midfielder in the last few weeks as they continue to bolster their squad.

Brandt has been one of the top midfielders in Germany for some years now, but this season hasn’t been a good one for him at Dortmund.

He has suffered from the emergence of the likes of Giovanni Reyna and Jadon Sancho in recent seasons, and this might be the best time for him to leave the club.

Bild has now revealed that the Germans are open to letting him leave if the right offer comes.

The 24-year-old has a contract with them until 2024, however, the report says that he hasn’t reached the heights that they thought he would reach when they landed him from Bayer Leverkusen.

The report says that Dortmund isn’t eager to sell him yet because they believe that he will eventually become a top star.

However, they are open to allowing him to leave them on loan for the rest of this season.

Arsenal will look to add some new players to their squad before this transfer window closes, Brandt would be a fine option.

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  1. If deemed not good for Dortmund, can he be deemed good enough for an Arsenal whose hopes are to lift the EPL and /or UCL in the next 3 years? If yes, pass the target, if no then add another deadwood to the growing collection. When results go sour the Artetaout brigade will be seen in full strength.

    1. Doesnt the performance of a player depend on the style of the team and the combination available? I think he is worth a try if Dortmund arent out to get rich out of us. And we are in the process of weeding out the dead wood and prunning out unproductive characters, arent we?

    2. Lest you forget, Sanchez was deemed not good enough for Barca and he came and did well with us. Football is not exactly an exact science where you can predict a player’s future based on performances in a previous team/ system.

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