Manchester United is leading the race for a player Arsenal also wants

Manchester United is now leading the race for Christopher Nkunku.

The RB Leipzig star has attracted the attention of Arsenal for a long time now, as he continues to shine in Germany.

The Sun maintains the Gunners are keen to add him to their squad even though they face serious competition for his signature.

Leipzig is also desperate to keep hold of him beyond the current campaign, and he continues to prove to be their most important player.

United is Arsenal’s main competitor for his signature, and Todofichajes says the Red Devils are currently leading the race.

The report claims they are planning for life without Paul Pogba and consider Nkunku the ideal replacement for the World Cup winner.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Competing with Manchester United for a player should not be so tough for Arsenal.

This is because both clubs are currently struggling to stay relevant in England and are battling for a place in the top four.

However, because he would leave his present employer only after this season ends, the club that finishes in the Champions League spot will likely win the race.

If we can secure a place in the UCL, it would be easier to sign Nkunku and other top players.

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5 Comments

  1. According to their sporting director,he is going nowhere,in an interview dated 8th of February,he said that both Nkunku and Silva will both be playing for the club next season.

    1. In a recent interview with Sky Deutschland, RB Leipzig chief executive Oliver Mintzlaff has claimed that Christopher Nkunku won’t be leaving the Bundesliga side anytime soon,Of course, players like Dani Olmo, Nkunku or Andre Silva are very, very important pillars who can and should continue to develop with us.”

      1. that might be the case Siamois or it could just be that this club knows how to handle their respective business and they know that this “untouchable” narrative will invariably drive up any potential transfer fee…that said, I get why this might appear otherwise for any fan of this club, as our management team are seemingly oblivious to all things asset management related

        1. Good point,it wouldn’t be the first time that a player not for sale ends up at another club,and as you pointed out it could be to drive the price up.

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