Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is planning a major title push this season and the boss is aware of the need to bring in only the best to achieve his target.
Arsenal want away defender Mathieu Debuchy is moving closer to an exit from the Emirates Stadium but not without having a recall clause inserted to his loan contract.
According to EVENING STANDARD, Aston Villa are closing in on a loan move for Mathieu Debuchy until the end of the season after agreeing to a clause allowing Arsenal to recall the defender should manager Arsene Wenger deem it necessary.
Wenger now prefers Spanish youngster Hector Bellerin to Debuchy after the French man had a lengthy injury lay off, affording Bellerin to blossom and hold down the right back position with series of breathe taking performance. The 30 year old defender has found playing time hard to come by since returning from injury; prompting a move away in the January transfer window in a bid to secure regular playing time so as to make the French team to the European Championships in the summer.
Arsene Wenger would love to keep old of Debuchy but the player is looking to get into the French team and he is desperate for more playing time which is why he is pushing for a transfer away from the Emirates.
Villa would be happy to have an experienced player like Debuchy in their ranks as they fight to avoid relegation by the end of the season.