Future Plans- Chief Scout Jet-out To Begin Serious Negotiation For Pacy Winger

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Arsene Wenger is already preparing for the future and has started to keep tabs on a number of players.

The summer transfer window just ended and it is expected that clubs will turn their attention to future targets. We are now in the period where managers send scouts to run the rule on a player and keep track of his progress and performances until the next transfer window.

Arsenal are not folding their hands as Wenger is already monitoring some of the best talents in Europe.

According to reports on Saturday, Arsenal scouts were present at Galatasaray’s match last weekend to watch Portuguese youngster Bruma.

The 21 year old is highly rated in Portugal and has begun to impress with his performances for the Turkish giants this season.

According to Turkish Football via Goal, Arsenal, Chelsea, West Ham and Tottenham all sent scouts to watch the winger in action on Saturday.

The winger didn’t disappoint as he assisted Galatasaray’s only goal in the 1-1 draw against Kayserispor.

The Turkish club is aware that the winger is already attracting interest from English clubs  and have placed a €25m price tag on him.

Arsenal were linked with a number of wingers in the just concluded summer transfer window but was unable to bring any to the Emirates  and it appears Wenger hasn’t shelved the idea of signing a winger in the nearest future.

Bruma already has one goal and two assists to his name this season and should he continue to impress, Wenger could make his interest concrete in January or next summer.


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