Sead Kolašinac has been restricted to only one appearance in the Premier League this season and that came in Arsenal’s 2-1 victory over West Ham United in September.
Since then, he has been restricted to two appearances in the EFL Cup and three more in the Europa League.
The left-back was linked with a move away from the Emirates in the last window, with Bayer Leverkusen credited with an interest in him.
However, the deal never materialised and on October 8th, Kicker reported the move for the Bosnia and Herzegovina was ‘cancelled’ in order to avoid a ‘traffic jam’ in the Bundesliga club’s defensive department.
This week’s edition of SportBild explains several German clubs will ‘require turbo transfers’ in the winter market, and they provide a short update on the possible business Leverkusen could do at the start of 2021.
There’s a short update on Mikel Arteta’s defender.
It’s claimed ‘another attempt’ from Leverkusen to sign Kolašinac in mid-season transfer window ‘seems possible’, and Peter Bosz’s side ‘have money to buy’ in January.
Time should tell whether or not the former Schalke man will return to the Bundesliga next year.