Arsenal continue to be linked with an interest in Club Brugge winger Noa Lang, with the Belgian club open to offers this summer.

LEUVEN, BELGIUM: Alex Runarsson goalkeeper of OH Leuven battles for the ball with Noa Lang forward of Club Brugge during the Jupiler Pro League match between Oud-Heverlee Leuven and Club Brugge KV on December 15, 2021. (Photo by Peter De Voecht / Photonews)
LEUVEN, BELGIUM: Alex Runarsson goalkeeper of OH Leuven battles for the ball with Noa Lang forward of Club Brugge during the Jupiler Pro League match between Oud-Heverlee Leuven and Club Brugge KV on December 15, 2021. (Photo by Peter De Voecht / Photonews)

Jeunes Footeux report that Noa Lang is catching the eye with his strong performances this season, and Arsenal join Leicester City in showing some of the strongest interest in him.

The same outlet reports that Arsenal have been watching Lang for several months, and Club Brugge would be willing to let him leave in the summer. However, they’d hold out for a bid close to €35-40m.

Last year, a couple of Belgian outlets reported that interest in Noa Lang was increasingly considerably ahead of the January transfer window.

They claimed Arsenal were preparing a €30m bid for the player in January, but Brugge were hoping for €40m. That never came to pass, but the rumours continue ahead of the summer.

With eight goals and 12 assists in 36 appearances this season, it’s not hard to see why people are talking about Lang, regardless of how much truth there is in it.

Noa LANG 10 - Brugge - Achraf Hakimi 2 - PSG - FOOTBALL : Brugge vs Paris Saint Germain - Ligue des Champions - Paris - 15/09/2021 FedericoPestellini/Panoramic
Noa LANG 10 – Brugge – Achraf Hakimi 2 – PSG – FOOTBALL : Brugge vs Paris Saint Germain – Ligue des Champions – Paris – 15/09/2021 FedericoPestellini/Panoramic

The 22-year-old is under contract until 2025, so it’s hard to see him leaving the club for significantly less than Brugge want, particularly if the rumoured interest from multiple Premier League clubs is genuine.

Lang started his senior career with Ajax, but his loan to Club Brugge last season led to an obligation to buy at the end of the season.

Only costing them €5.4m, Lang’s current club could well make a quick profit this summer.

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