Club Brugge star Noa Lang would prefer a move to Arsenal over AC Milan, should it come to a choice between the two clubs.
That’s according to Voetbal 24, who say the youngster is ‘keeping all options open’ as speculation continues to ramp up about his future.
Lang has established himself as something of a star at Brugge over the last year or so, and that has seen him pick up plenty of admirers as a result.
Leeds United have been particularly keen in the last few transfers windows but never managed to get a deal over the line.
Lang has continued to impress in the meantime and picked up other admirers in the process, with Arsenal now believed to be firmly in the race for his signature.
Reports in England have made it clear they’re going to make a bid at some point in the near future, and it seems if they do, they could be successful.
Voetbal report that Lang will stay with Brugge until next summer, but it is ‘clear’ that both Arsenal and Milan want to take him away at that point.
Should that happen, he has a ‘clear preference’ between the two sides. Fortunately for Arsenal, it is they who are the winners.
Lang would ‘love to take his chances’ in England, and the Gunners are apparently a club that ‘appeals to the imagination’, despite struggling of late.
The big question is whether Arsenal can match Brugge’s €30m demands, but if they do, it seems Lang would choose them above any other interested parties.