Premier League trio chase Serge Gnabry loan deal

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Southampton, Crystal Palace and Newcastle are all interested in taking Arsenal starlet Serge Gnabry this season, according to the Mirror.

The 19-year-old made nine Premier League appearances last term and bagged his debut goal against Swansea last September.


He may find his chances to carry on with his development at Arsenal hard to come by following the arrival of Alexis Sanchez and return to full fitness of Theo Walcott. He can also play through the middle, but with Jack Wilshere and Aaron Ramsey amongst others vying for starting spots he is unlikely to get a chance there.

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That means that Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger could send the German youngster out on loan in order to gain experience, and the Mirror say that Southampton, Palace and Newcastle are all interested in taking him on.

Staying put?

Despite that, the paper adds that Gnabry would prefer to stay in north London and fight for his chance in the first team. It looks unlikely that he will get the chance to do that however.

A compromise could be reached that he leaves Arsenal until January and returns for the second half of the season.

Arsenal have been busy in the transfer market so far, and have completed deals for four players; David Ospina, Calum Chambers, Alexis Sanchez and Mathieu Debuchy.

Transfer market

Wenger has admitted however that he isn't done in the transfer market as yet, with reports suggesting that he is in the market for a defensive midfielder.

"It's not over, there's still a long way to go,' he told reporters. "I can't give you any names because you're never sure if you can do what you want, but we're still out there to strengthen our squad."

Arsenal take on Manchester City in the Community Shield this afternoon.

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