Brazilian international eyes Arsenal switch

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Wolfsburg star Diego has revealed that he is interested in a move to the Premier League and has opened the door to a move to Arsenal and Southampton, reports Sky Sports. 

The German international has been in fine form in the Bundesliga of late and is now ready to make a move to the Premier League. 

The playmaker has insisted that he's attracted interest from Premier League clubs and has admitted that he would say yes to Premier League leaders Arsenal. 

Speaking to The Sun: "I know there is interest from Premier League clubs. I have heard Arsenal is one of them.

"It would be the ideal destination for me because their style suits my characteristics perfectly. Of course I would say yes to Arsenal."

Despite admitting his interest in Arsenal, Diego has also revealed that he would be open to a move to Southampton and has highlighted Adam Lallana as a great talent. 

He continued by saying: "Southampton have great organisation and discipline and big talents like Adam Lallana. But again there is nothing concrete.

"Playing in England is a very attractive option at the peak of my career but I'm focusing on helping Wolfsburg get to the Champions League."

Arsenal are currently putting together one of the finest squads in Europe, meanwhile Southampton continue to improve in England's elite division.

Both the Gunners and Southampton could soon go head-to-head for the player's signature, but may well wait until the summer in order to bring him to England. 


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