Over the past few weeks, Arsenal have been repeatedly named as one of the main suitors for Club Brugge star Noa Lang.
Having impressed in his debut season in Belgium, the winger has extended his good form into this campaign, managing four goals and five assists in 17 matches.
On Thursday, we carried a report from Voetbal Belgie, who explained the Gunners are in the list of clubs interested in the 22-year-old.
It was also stated the Jupiler Pro League winners want to retain the player until the end of the season and have set a €40m price tag to ‘scare’ suitors.
These claims are backed up by Voetbal24 and they provide further information on this case.
As per the report, the Netherlands international is giving Club Brugge a ‘major headache’ due to the interest he is attracting from other clubs, ‘especially Arsenal and AC Milan’.
It’s claimed Mikel Arteta’s side and the Italian club are ‘quite concrete’ on the Dutchman, so much so, they are considering making an offer in January.
Voetbal24 state ‘it will be difficult’ for Club Brugge to retain Lang, if they receive a ‘decent offer’ from Arsenal or Milan.