Friday 13 May 2016

Arsenal to rival Liverpool and Juventus for £16m German super star

The gunners are reportedly set to battle with the Reds and Juventus in the race of signing Bayern Munich star Mario Gotze.

As the skilled midfielder is on the verge of moving out of the German club, his situation as now been well monitored by a number of interested clubs.

The coming in manager of the Bavarians, Carlo Ancelotti has reportedly to have called the Gotze on phone in regards to his future at the club has he doesn’t look as if he is part of his campaigns.

Despite the fact that the Gunners and Juventus has had talks with the German World Cup winner, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has reportedly loomed the Bavarians for Gotze who was his player while they were still at Borussia Dortmund.

The German world cup winner has reportedly not be a part of the new coming in manager, Carlo Ancelotti campaigns is due to the fact that the 23-year-old has failed to impress the team departing boss, Pep Guardiola and Gotze have often been snubbed by the Spaniard.

The German international’s has only fixture in full match just twice this season and has not started a Champions League match with the Bavarians since September.

The coming in of Renato Sanches is all but a reminder that the German international’s time is up at the Allianz Arena.

Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger is keen in making a declaration at the emergence of the transfer market this summer after facing thoughtful criticism from the gunners fan for failing to win the Premier League which Arsenal were in the best chance of crowning the Premier League title  this season.

The Frenchman foremost ambitions now is upgrading the Gunners squad as his main concern.

However, the North London club are at present in discussions with Borussia Monchengladbach for the signature of Granit Xhaka while they are also at the top trappings to sign the Juventus star Alvaro Morata and Borussia Dortmund Henrikh Mkhitaryan.

Arsenal squad is set to experience massive major clear-out this summer and appropriate additions are also expected.

Mario Gotze scored the goal that ended Germans the World Cup winner in 2014. He is without doubt be an idyllic to the North London club unavailability midfield, taking along the much needed attack and quality to the area.

Gotze is left with a year on his agreement with the Bavarians. The midfielder cost the Bayern €37 million from Borussia Dortmund in 2013 wining the Bundelisga title in 2010-11 and the Bundelisga and DFB Pokal double in 2011-12.

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