GOOD NEWS: Arsenal in pole position to sign 23-year-old Netherlands international
Many teams watched footballers during PSV’s tip to Ajax. Those included Arsenal and Man United scouts, with both running the rule over Cody Gakpo. The Netherlands international is the subject of interest from many teams, including the PL duo, and a winter move could be on the cards.
Gakpo was one of the top-rated footballers that got away for many PL teams. On the back of a solid campaign with the Eredivisie giants, Cody was the subject of interest from England and abroad. But the 23-year-old forward stayed at the Dutch club despite getting closer to the exit door.
The PL clubs could have a tussle for the Dutch attacker in the winter, as both need a top-class forward in the window. The Spanish manager is keen to bring a in wide attacker. He wants to add competition for Saka, and Martinelli as the search for reliable options continues.
Mykhaylo Mudryk and Yeremy Pino have also been considered, but the Gunners are keeping tabs on the in-demand Dutchman. If they can find a financially suitable agreement with Eredivisie giants, a move could be on the cards. In any case, Man United are hot on the heels of Cody and willing to make an imminent approach.
The winter transfer window will be a testing period for Eredivisie giants and their resolve to keep hold of Cody. A sale could be on the cards if they receive reasonable offers, but Gakpo will have to choose between the top teams keen on signing him, including Arsenal and Man United.
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