ARSENAL reportedly face competition from Leeds and AC Milan in the race to prise winger Noa Lang away from Club Brugge.
The 22-year-old fired the Belgian side to the top-flight title last season after chipping in with 17 goals and 11 assists in 38 games in all competitions.
And the Dutch forward has started this term in fine fashion having banged in four goals in ten matches while also providing four assists as Brugge sit top of the table.
His fine form has led the Gunners to weigh up a move to bring Lang to the Emirates.
And according to Voetbal 24, Mikel Arteta’s side could look to snap him up during the winter transfer window.
The news outlet stated that Lang will be allowed to leave Brugge in 2022 should a club match their asking price.
It has been said that the Jupiler Pro League outfit are seeking a £25.6million fee for the ex-Ajax ace.
As well as Arsenal, Leeds and AC Milan are keeping tabs on the player ahead of a possible swoop.
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The report also claims how there is a ‘good chance’ an offer will be made in January as the three clubs look to beat each other to secure his services.
Lang has been tipped to shine in North London should he make the move, with Belgian journalist Bart Lagae declaring he is a better player than Nicolas Pepe.
Quoted by Football.London, he said: “I think Arsenal has a chance to sign him if they qualify for the Champions League next season because that’s where his ambition is.
“I think for Arsenal he [Lang] can on both wings. For instance, on the right, in Nicolas Pepe’s position.
“I would say he is even more focused on the goal and assisting than Pepe. He is probably a better player.
“He can have a good combination with [Bukayo] Saka. Saka the player making runs and Lang the passer.
“Lang doesn’t go deep without the ball; he always asks for the ball. So, I think having him in combination with Saka and a striker, [Pierre-Emerick] Aubameyang etc, would work very well.”