This man is only 20 years old but he is already one of the most dangerous players on the ball in the Bundesliga.

Young German starlet, Julian Draxler has shown he is the next Mario Gotze after he came off the bench for Germany against England on Tuesday night.

Draxler has already gotten 10 caps for his nation, and has 86 league appearances including 14 goals for Schalke in the Bundesliga. 

But, while Draxler has been in international action this week, he has been having conversations with his Germany team mates, Per Mertesacker and Mesut Ozil about what life is like at Arsenal, as Draxler is apparently contemplating a move to the north London club in the summer, after the World Cup. 

The Gunners were understood to have made a bid for him last summer, but this proposal was put down fast as Schalke put a £40 million asking price on him. He has talked about how the Premier League is a place he would like to play, but says it would be crazy to switch clubs in January because he wants to guarantee he can get first-team football every week before the World Cup. 

“I have always said English teams are very big clubs and Arsenal is of course one of them," the attacking midfielder was quoted by, telling the Daily Mirror.

He went on to say: “Of course I sometimes speak to Mesut or Per about the team, about the club, and they always have good words and they tell me nice things, you never know what happens in the summer but Arsenal is a very, very nice team.

"They always have very young players, they play attractive football and that’s what I like.

“I’ve said every summer I have to look what is the best for me and I will do in the summer again and we will see what happens”.

For Draxler to possibly sign in the summer is not all bad for Arsenal, the Gunners main target for their side should be a new 25+ goalscoring centre forward like Robert LewandowskiJavier Hernandez or Jackson Martinez.

If Arsenal can sign a striker in January, they will win the title. If they then sign Draxler in the summer, they could easily retain the title.

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