It’s no real secret that Arsenal have been one of the clubs looking at Genk winger Leandro Trossard over the course of the 2018-19 campaign.

The Belgian’s agent, Josy Comhair, has even strongly suggested the Gunners could be an option for his client in the upcoming transfer window.

The representative also explained it would take at least €20m from any interested side to sign Trossard, which, let’s be honest, is a fee even Arsenal can’t baulk at.

Finally lifting the Jupiler Pro League trophy on Thursday night after a 1-1 away draw to Anderlecht, Genk players celebrated into the night, during which they spoke relatively openly to the press.

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Trossard was one of them, and, relayed by DH, he admitted he might not be around next season to see if his club can retain their title.

He said: “Sunday’s game against Standard Liège might be my last one in a Genk shirt. First, however, I’m going to party. I don’t know where we’ll celebrate, but I won’t be seeing my bed before the morning”.

That’s a strong hint he could be on the move, and it could be he has his eye on a transfer abroad if the right offer comes in.

Go on, Unai, you know what to do.