The agent of Elseid Hysaj has confirmed interest of Premier League clubs in his player and Arsenal are mentioned as one of the possible destinations for the Albanian full-back.

Elseid Hysaj has been attracting lots of interest after his impressive season at Napoli, a club he joined in the summer of 2015 from Empoli for €5m.

He made a total of 45 appearances over all competitions, with two assists.

Hysaj is also a regular part of Albanian national team, making his senior debut in 2013 and gathering 29 caps at the time of writing.



Hysaj’s defensive contribution is his main strength, and the player is very good in maintaining defensive formation and breaking attacks on his flank.

On average he makes two tackles per-game combined with one interception and two clearances. He is also decent when confronted with aerial duels, wining around 58% of all high balls.

Hysaj is a very good passer and maintains an 86% passing success rate. He likes to play lots of short passes and do layoffs. He is also able to play on both sides of the pitch if required.

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