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International battle for Serge Gnabry rages on

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After a stellar performance last night Serge Gnabry has showed he can step up and fill the boots of Theo Walcott in the arsenal squad.

But a battle for the youngsters nationality rages on.

A battle that could see Germany have to take the youngster to the World Cup just to keep the youngster from becoming an Ivorian national.

Gnabry has represented Germany at a raft of youth levels and has been hailed by first team manager Joachim Lowe as a future international.

The Ivory coast are set to be looking into the possibilities of nationalising Gnabry who’s father is Ivorian.

The Côte d’Ivoire are said to be willing to offer a World Cup spot to the 18-year-old and may force Germany to show their hand and take the player despite having a raft of attacking-midfield talent.

Gnabry is highly rated by Low, who said he was an outside bet for the squad anyway, and is also high in the regards of Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, who recently tied the youngster down to a five-year contract with the gunners.

Gnabry has started in eight of his 17 games this season and scored one goal in all competitions.

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