Arsenal have made "very serious" offer for Azmoun

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Sardar Azmoun has revealed that Arsenal have made a serious offer to Rubin Kazan for his services, reports The Daily Star

The 19-year-old striker has gained many admirers this season, with a number of Europe's elite clubs having been credited with interest in the starlet.

And now the youngster has suggested that as many as four of Europe's biggest clubs are looking at taking him away from Rubin.

Speaking to reporters, Azmoun said: "I have offers from three major clubs: Arsenal, AC Milan and Juventus.

"I also had an offer from Barcelona, but due to their transfer ban the club is out of the picture at the moment.

"The talks with both Milan and Arsenal are getting very serious. Both clubs have spoken to Kazan.

"But for me, it's important to keep focus on Kazan. We have seven games left, I will decide after these games.

"I'm very proud to have Arsenal looking at me but, as I said, right now I'm only focusing on the Russian league."

Arsenal are certainly in need of striker additions, with Nicklas Bendtner the only real back-up to Frenchman Olivier Giroud in attack. 

However, if Arsenal are able to bring the youngster to the club in the up coming window, it remains to be seen as to whether he would be pushed straight into the first team. 

For now though, the Gunners' immediate attention will turn to this weekend's FA Cup semi-final clash with Wigan at Wembley. Arsene Wenger's side will be desperate to secure their place in the final of the competition as they look to end their trophy drought this season. 

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