Noa Lang’s development and impressive displays for Club Brugge over the last year or so have seen him attract interest from clubs in England and Italy.
After Leeds United were heavily linked in the summer, Arsenal have been pushed forward as a contender in recent weeks. AC Milan are also credited with an interest in the 22-year-old.
On September 25th, we relayed claims made in Belgium that the winger would prefer the Gunners over the Rossoneri, should it come to a choice between the two clubs.
The north London club’s interest in the Dutchman is ‘increasing considerably’, especially after he made his debut for the Netherlands. That’s according to Voetbal24.
Club Brugge are well aware they can cash in from the player’s sale at the end of this season. However, they may find it difficult to retain him beyond the winter market due to Arsenal’s interest.
Mikel Arteta’s side ‘want to beat bigger clubs to Lang’ and to do that, the Premier League club are ‘already preparing’ an offer worth €30m to sign the player in January.
It remains to be seen whether this figure would be sufficient, especially with Club Brugge already ‘dreaming of at least €40m’ for Lang.