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Serge Gnabry linked with loan move to Crystal Palace

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Arsenal's Serge Gnabry has once again been linked with a loan move to Crystal Palace, according to the Daily Mirror.

The 19-year-old is expected to leave Arsenal during this window after being told by Gunners manager Arsene Wenger that he will be sent out on loan in order to garner more experience.

Competition for places

Gnabry faces stiff competition in the Arsenal midfield in the form of Theo Walcott and marquee signing Alexis Sanchez. It's said that Southampton and Newcastle are amongst a number of clubs interested in a loan move for the midfielder.

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Past links

The Eagles were linked last month with a move for Gnabry however the youngster verbalised a desire to stay with the Gunners this season. Wenger has urged Gnabry to continue his education elsewhere at least until January for fear he may spend most of this season on the bench.

Palace intentions

Steve Parish, co-chairman of Palace, told Holmesdale radio recently that the club are aiming to bring in four new players two of which will likely be loan deals.

Whether Gnabry becomes one of Palace's two allocated loan signings this season remains to be seen, but with the player being linked with the club twice in as many months it appears a move is a possibility.

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