Arsenal’s Pursuit Of Serie A Hitman Takes Another Turn – Reports.

The transfer window has been kicked wide open following the end of the Arsenal season and as usual a lot of players have been linked with a move to the Emirates as well as several other Arsenal stars being linked with a move out of the Emirates.

Recent reports  according to The Express are suggesting that Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United target Stephan El Shaarawy insists he has no plans to leave AC Milan this summer.

The Italian winger was believed to be on his way out of Clarence Seedorf’s side after losing his place in the starting XI and subsequently missing out on in his country’s World Cup squad.

The 21-year-old, who only featured six times in Serie A due to a foot injury, is still young enough to fulfil his potential, and was believed to be interested in a move from Serie A to the Premier League.

His pace and versatility in midfield has seen Brendan Rodgers and Arsene Wenger ready bids as they look to add depth to their squad, while new United boss Louis Van Gaal feels the youngster would be the perfect replacement for outbound Portuguese misfit Nani.

However El Shaarawy is adamant that his future lies with Milan, and that he is determined to fight his way back into Seedorf’s set-up at the San Siro.

“I don’t know about these club questions and I don’t know what will happen,” he explained.

“I’m just thinking of doing well. My future is Milan and we’ll be looking to do as well as we can next season.

“It was unlikely that I’d be going to the World Cup after having played so little. I did all I could and I was a bit unlucky as well. It was good to be back for the last two league games though.

“When you do well, expectations rise and it’s not easy to keep the pace so high. I think I performed well and I felt good.”

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