Arsenal in talks with ex-Nice centre-back
The Gunners have started plans over a deal for Malang Sarr, however are yet to offer a contract to the free-agent centre-back.
The talented youngster moved to Nice in 2015, at first with their B team, before moving to the main team in 2016.
From that point forward, in any case, he has demonstrated an extraordinary signing, making many appearances in four seasons.
The 21-year-old has earned outstanding reviews for his performances for Nice this season, where he played in all competitions.
However, after the end of his contract, the youngster finds himself sought after.
The likes Torino, Sampdoria and RB Leipzig, are also supposed to be excited about Malang Sarr. Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is also keen on the young centre-back.
In any case, it appears Arsenal are as of now in ahead of their rivals after it was accounted for they had just held talks.
Despite the fact that the Gunners are yet to table an offer, Mikel Arteta and technical director Edu are supposed to be interested.
Should the France youngster sign, he could help form a defensive partnership with William Saliba.
William Saliba joined the Gunners the previous summer before staying with St Etienne on a season’s loan.
Arsenal could also include a third new centre-back in Reims defender Axel Disasi.
Arsenal showed their enthusiasm for the youngster prior this year, however are yet to follow that up.
Technical director Edu is known to be excited about and a deal may yet happen.
The Gunners have a developing assortment of young defenders, and one of these, Konstantinos Mavropanos has on Thursday made sure about a loan move away
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta concedes he has “large worries” about whether he will get the funds to mount a title challenge.
Asked whether he will get the funds to assemble a title challenge, Mikel Arteta disclosed to Sky Sports: “I don’t have the foggiest idea. It is a major concern since you perceive how they assemble the squads.
The Gunners manager has also talked about his side’s plans as they get ready to play Manchester City in the FA Cup semi-final.