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German giants chase as Arsenal star admits 'nothing is impossible'

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Arsenal star Barcary Sagna has been fielding interest from German giants Bayern Munich, after the star’s agent said ‘nothing is impossible’, according to the Daily Mirror.

"In football nothing is impossible, but, again, it is really very complicated that the player could move,” Sagna’s agent Christophe Mongai told calciomercatoweb.it.

"He is very well and has found an ideal dimension [at Arsenal]."


 

Germany tabloid Bild claims that Bayern Munich are now on alert for the star, with hopes of filling a right back problem that hasn’t quite been solved sinces fan favourite Willy Sagnol retired in 2008.

After signing to Arsenal in 2007, Sagna has attracted interest from numerous clubs after his top class performances for the Gunners during the season. But Sagna’s agent insisted he is settled at the London club.

"There is no desire to leave. He is happy at Arsenal,” the agent said.

As Arsenal look to go six straight seasons without a trophy, members of the squad have been connected with moves to English and European clubs as they go in search of title glory. Sagna is the lastest in a line including Gael Clichy, Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri to be linked with moves away from Arsenal.

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