Arsenal favourites to land Morgan Schneiderlin

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Arsenal are the odds on favourites to land Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin this summer, according to SkyBet.

The bookmaker has the Gunners in at 1/2 to land the Frenchman in the next transfer window, while the duo of Manchester United and Tottenham are out as far as 10/1. 

Both United and Spurs have, in fact, been linked with a move for the £15m rated Premier League star, but it now appears that the Gunners are in the driving seat to secure his signature, according to the bookmakers at least.

Class act 

There's no doubt about it, it's certainly not surprising that the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal and Co. are interested in Schneiderlin, as he's proved his credentials in England's elite division over the last couple of years. 

The Saints ace also starred at this past summer's World Cup, and is now recognised as one of the leading midfielders in the Premier League, but it remains to be seen as to whether any of the interested clubs step up their interest in him anytime soon. 

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Great for Arsenal 

Arsenal fans should most certainly be excited by the prospect of the Frenchman joining their club in the next window, as he'd prove quite the coup for Arsene Wenger and Co. in north London. 

The Gunners still appear to be in need of a tough tackling midfield ace, and Schneiderlin has the ability to prove the perfect fit for the club. Wenger should splash the cash. 

Arsenal, Manchester United and Tottenham fans: Do you want your club to sign Schneiderlin? Have your say in the comments section below!

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