Bernardo Silva’s future at Manchester City is still up in the air after he was linked with a move to Arsenal in the summer as Mikel Arteta targets Club Brugge striker Noa Lang
Noa Lang is reportedly open to a switch to Arsenal as he continues to be linked with a move to north London.
The Gunners have targeted the Club Brugge striker, who is valued at £20million, as he impresses for the Belgian side.
Lang caught the attention of Mikel Arteta after scoring 22 goals last season, before adding another eight goals in nine matches this term.
The 22-year-old also named man of the match as Lionel Messi made his debut for PSG in the Champions League a fortnight ago.
Arsenal will face competition from the likes of AC Milan for his signature next summer, but according to Voetbal24, the Emirates is the player’s preferred landing spot.
Will Bernardo Silva leave Manchester City? Comment below
Another player rumoured with a move to Arsenal is Bernardo Silva.
The Man City star’s future is still up in the air after he was linked with an exit in the summer.
The Gunners were reportedly one of his suitors, but Pep Guardiola insists the Portugal midfielder is happy at the Emirates.
He said: “All I want is for Bernardo to be happy, here or anywhere. All I want is his happiness because he’s a guy that deserves the best.”
“Against Norwich he played exceptional, against Arsenal he played exceptional, Southampton played at the level of the team – that was not good.
“But how well he played against Chelsea is no surprise. How many times have we seen it? He was an incredible signing for us because he’s an exceptional person.
“I never forget the second Premier League we won, with 98 points, he was the best player in England. He was nominated [for an award] but he was the best.
“After that season, later he dropped a little bit, he was not in the position he prefers but now he’s back and hopefully he can help us.
“If, at the end, he wants to leave and decides [to go] the only thing I can say is that the guy or the club that gets Bernardo is going to take one of the best players in the world.
“Is he happier? You cannot play in this way if you are not happy, it’s impossible.”