Arsenal push for Serge Gnabry transfer return and willing to go back in over free swoop from Bayern Munich next summer

ARSENAL will reportedly look to bring Serge Gnabry back to the Emirates this summer as the winger mulls over a Bayern Munich departure.

And the Gunners are also said to be prepared to wait until next year to secure his services on a free transfer with his contract at the Allianz Arena to expire in 2023.

Bayern icon and former Liverpool ace Markus Babbel urged the 26-year-old to shun a move away and commit his future to the Bavarian outfit in an interview with SunSport.

But the Germany international is believed to be considering his future having rejected a new deal.

A Premier League return has been mooted, with former employers Arsenal linked.

Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester United are also all understood to be keeping tabs on the ex-West Brom loanee.


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Meanwhile Real Madrid are claimed to have identified the player as an alternative to Kylian Mbappe after the 23-year-old penned a new deal with Paris Saint-Germain.

But Real's interest hasn't stopped Arsenal from looking to secure Gnabry's services.

According to Sport Bild Christian Falk, Gnabry is open to a move back to North London – six years after he was sold to Werder Bremen for £5million.

But a potential transfer could prove difficult this summer due to the club failing to secure Champions League football.

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If a deal cannot be reached in the upcoming window, it has been said Arsenal will look to lure him back next year.

Falk tweeted: "Arsenal are interested in Serge Gnabry. Gnabry can also imagine a comeback with the Gunners.

"After missing the Champions League, this is financially unrealistic this summer.

"Next chance: 2023 when Gnabry is a free agent."

It is set to be a busy summer at the Emirates, with Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus eyed up.

Meanwhile Leicester midfielder Youri Tielemans could be signed in a £25million transfer.

Arsenal have also been boosted by the news that centre-forward Eddie Nketiah is close to agreeing a long-term contract until 2027.

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