Amidst strong competition, Arsenal have thrown their hat in the ring for Manchester City midfielder, Ilkay Gundogan.
As the player’s contract reaches its end, Mikel Arteta is keen to secure the experienced player to boost his squad.
- Ilkay Gundogan’s expiring contract at Manchester City draws interest from Arsenal.
- Arsenal, under Mikel Arteta, make a two-year contract offer to Gundogan, despite interest from Barcelona.
- Gundogan ponders over a potential scene change, with a move to Barcelona a significant consideration.
Arsenal’s pursuit of Gundogan
In the midfield hunt
With interest from a number of clubs, Arsenal have joined the chase for the German’s signature.
The Gunners, under the guidance of Mikel Arteta, have reportedly put forward a two-year contract offer in hopes of securing Gundogan’s experience and skill for their midfield.
Barcelona’s persuasions and Man City’s resistance
Despite Arsenal’s enticing proposal, the club faces strong competition from Barcelona.
With an offer of three years and a potential change of scenery, the Spanish giants present an alluring prospect for Gundogan.
A final decision on the horizon
Despite interest from multiple teams, including a potential big-money offer from a club in Saudi Arabia, Gundogan’s decision is yet to be made.
The Champions League final on Saturday could play a significant part in his choice, as Manchester City competes against Inter Milan.
The outcome of this match, and the potential of a change of league, could determine whether Gundogan chooses Arsenal, Barcelona, or opts for a renewed stay at Manchester City.