Should Arsenal consider letting Tomiyasu go to Inter Milan if the right offer comes in?

Italian Giants interested in Arsenal Defender

Inter Milan are showing interest in signing Arsenal’s Takehiro Tomiyasu on a loan deal, according to CalcioMercato.

Despite falling down the pecking order at the Emirates Stadium, the Japanese International has a lot of admirers in the Italian League.

The fullback had a successful stint at Bologna where he made 64 appearances, scoring three goals and recording three assists.

Last season the 24-year-old started just 6 games in the league. With the arrival of Jakub Kiwior and Jurrien Timber in the recent transfer windows, Tomiyasu might fall further down the pecking order as it would appear that Mikel Arteta seems to trust the two now arrivals a little more than Tomi at the moment.

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Adding the Arsenal man to the ranks will further rejuvenate their squad in their bid to reach the latter stages of the Champions League campaign.

If Arsenal receive a good offer for the Japanese international then I can clearly see the 24-year-old departing the club.

The defender has only two years left in his current deal and this seems like a right time to move him on. Especially when the Gunners have put several players on the market to raise funds, but also most Arsenal fans will know that Tomi’s injury record would seem to indicate that perhaps the Premier League is just a touch too physical for him, and he may be able to handle more League games if he returns to Italy.

But he will certainly come of use if he ends up staying. Tomiyasu can play anywhere on the backline and that versatility is something that manager Mikel Arteta appreciates.

Thus, it will be interesting to see whether Inter come hard for him or not. If they don’t, I doubt the Gunners will be tempted to let their prized asset leave.

Do you think we should keep Tomi as extra cover? Or let him go?

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