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Arsenal could prise 18-year-old wonderkid Kenan Yildiz away from Juventus in January with the Turkey international growing increasingly frustrated by his lack of minutes this season at the Allianz Stadium.
Yildiz has been dazzling scouts across Europe with some impressive displays for Juve and Turkey. The German-born starlet can play as a centre-forward, attacking midfielder or on either wing and his versatility has caught the eye of Mikel Arteta.
Arsenal are reportedly hoping to snap him up in the winter transfer window and their bid may be boosted by reports suggesting that Yildiz is growing tired of sitting on the sidelines.
The youngster hasn’t played a single minute in Serie A this season despite recently scoring his first senior international goal against Germany last month. According to Sky Sports Germany, is considering leaving the Italian giants in the New Year.
The report goes on to add that he is planning on sitting down with his club to discuss his future with nothing off the table. If he does leave, it could be a loan move or a permanent deal.
Many top European teams have inquired about his services already including Arsenal, Galatasaray, Fenerbahce and Liverpool. Tuttosport claim that the Bianconeri would be open to letting him go if they receive a suitable offer.
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£34.3m is reportedly the price tag they have set on the teenager, who they picked up on a free transfer from the Bayern Munich academy in 2022. That seems a bargain considering his promise and the fact that his contract still has four years remaining on it.
Juventus rejected several loan offers for Yildiz over the summer, in order for him to continue his development with the first team but Yildiz hasn’t had a look in so far.
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