'Next Ozil' favours Manchester United move over Arsenal

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Arsenal and Juventus target Maximilian Arnold is keen on joining Premier League champions Manchester United, according to reports in Germany.

The attacking midfielder, who has scored six goals in 14 games for Wolfsburg so far this season, is said to be attracting interest from Arsenal.

Arnold, who has been labelled the 'next Mesut Ozil', is said to have a release clause of just £8million inserted into his current deal which expires in 2015.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has a good track record of enticing German youngsters to the Emirates Stadium with Serge Gnabry, Thomas Eisfeld and Gedion Zelalem all plying their trade in north London.

However Wenger may miss out on signing Arnold as the the 19-year-old favours a move to Arsenal's Premier League rivals Manchester United.

Serie A giants Juventus are also said to be keeping close tabs on Arnold, however their interest may have dipped as both Paul Pogba and Arturo Vidal are close to agreeing new deals to stay at the Juventus Stadium.

Manchester United manager David Moyes may look to take advantage of Arnold's desire to move to Old Trafford, as the former Everton boss is planning on bringing in several new signings at the end of the season.

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