Arsenal signed a cracking youngster in Matteo Guendouzi for just 7million GBP from Lorient last summer, but there is now an emerging possibility that the Gunners could allow him to return to France with the Champions PSG, which is where he started his youth career. When Arsenal went in for him, despite many offers to sign up, he had no qualms about moving to the Emirates.
Guendouzi’s rapid rise in the Premiership has turned the eyes of the moneybags French side, and it is being reported they could pay up to 60 million for the rising star. The Mirror reported this morning…..
Arsenal midfielder Matteo Guendouzi is being eyed by Paris Saint-Germain after his Premier League success.
According to the Express [I couldn’t find that story to verify it – Admin] the French giants are keeping tabs on their former youth product with a view to a summer move following his impressive form for the Gunners.
Guendouzi was released by the Parisians as a 15-year-old and subsequently made his senior breakthrough with Lorient before a summer move to Arsenal .
The 19-year-old has flourished under Unai Emery and become a firm favourite for his combative midfield performances.
With limited funds to spend in the summer, however, they could be tempted to cash-in to allow Unai Emery to reinvest.
So, as we have a limited transfer fund this summer, and with quite a few spaces to fill, do you think it would be sensible to take a quick profit on Guendouzi? Or keep him and hope he gets even better over the next couple of years?