Arsenal are one of a number of European clubs monitoring Celta Vigo midfielder Gabri Veiga, according to a report from Spain.
Spanish outlet Faro De Vigo report that Arsenal are closely monitoring Celta Vigo’s Gabri Veiga, who has a release clause of €40m.
Multiple European clubs are tracking the 20-year-old, and Faro De Vigo claim the likes of Arsenal and Newcastle United can easily afford the player this summer.
This all follows a report from Spanish outlet AS, who wrote that Arsenal were considering Veiga as a potential option to bolster their midfield.
AS also mentioned Manchester United as an interested party, but added that Celta would prefer to hold onto the youngster.
It looks like any club that intends to sign Veiga may have to pay his release clause in full, and that’s assuming his current club don’t look to renew his contract before the summer.
At the moment, you’d imagine they’d be very keen to tie Veiga down to an extension.
The midfielder has eight goals and three assists in 22 appearances in La Liga this season, having made just 15 starts.
A Spanish u21 international on top of his club exploits, Veiga looks certain to attract plenty of suitors in the coming months if his current form continues.