Arsenal target says he has played his last game for his Genk club
Another North London outfit Arsenal target Leandro Trossard has hinted that he may have played his last game for his current club Genk as he is linked with a move away from the club in this summer transfer window.
Leandro Trossard is one of those players that have been on the radar of the Gunners team for a long time but there have been other competitors for his signature, yet he still remains with the Genk team.
It is reported that the Arsenal team have earlier met with Trossard’s agent and there is already an understanding which could be established as soon as the summer transfer window opens with manager Unai Emery seeking to land the star player.
It is claimed that Leandro Trossard is worth the sum of £20 million as he is a major part of the Genk side which makes him affordable for the Arsenal team despite the limited budget.
It has already been confirmed that the North London team will engage in the coming summer transfer window and manager Unai Emery had already made it clear that he will do some deals to strengthen the team to be able to challenge for the coming season.