Arsenal is reportedly looking to bring Serge Gnabry back to the Emirates this summer as the winger considers leaving Bayern. Serge Gnabry is about to enter the final 12 months of his contract with the Bundesliga giants and is reportedly looking for a better deal to stay at Bayern Munich. With reports that Gnabry’s contract extension with the Allianz Arena has yet to be agreed upon, it has been speculated that Arsenal may be among the clubs looking to sign a new contract with Arsenal. Chelsea has entered the battle to recruit the former Arsenal star, with the Blues apparently making an ‘approach’ to capture his services as they look for alternatives to Barcelona-bound Raphinha.
Arsenal wanted to bring Bayern Munich attacker Serge Gnabry back to the Emirates, but their failure to qualify for the Champions League makes the operation impossible. Bayern Munich superstar Serge Gnabry has said in the past that he will return to Arsenal some day, calling Arsenal the “favourite” for signing with any Premier League side, as a more realistic purchase than meets the eye. Mikel Artetas’ side is reportedly keen to give Bayern Munich striker Serge Gnabry a second chance at the club, even as he competes with some of the Gunners’ young stars for a starting spot. Serge Gnabry is expected to return next week to the club offices at the Allianz Arena; club management is more optimistic than ever that the German international, who has one year left on his contract, will eventually extend the contract with Bayern Munich.
Serge Gnabry is in the final year of his contract with the German giants, and the club could be forced to sell him or lose him next summer if a new deal is not agreed. It’s hard to imagine that Bayern Munich would allow Bayern Munich striker Serge Gnabry to leave the club for free, and if he can’t sign a new contract with him, it’s likely to give him money next summer. Serge Gnabry could also envisage a return to Arsenal, although Falk added that a summer transfer might not be financially realistic without Premier League funding. Gnabry has been an integral team member since scoring 64 goals and winning four Bundesliga championships and the UEFA Champions League. While the 26-year-old has gone on to be a big success, he has always shown gratitude to the Gunners, claiming that his game would not have developed as far as it has without his time at the club.