Premier League giants Arsenal is willing to trigger the release clause of AS Roma defender Kostas Manolas which is reported to be worth £31 million, as per report from Sport Mole.
The North London club has been able to finish the season on the fifth position on the Premier League table due to their leaky defence which has cost them a lot throughout the 2018/19 campaign.
The Gunners has identified the Roma star as a solution to thelir backline issues and unai Emery is reportedly very keen on landing Manolas at the Emirates Stadium this summer, having taken a liken to the 27-year-old.
Emery could also ver well change his mind about signing the defender to the club this summer, should he be unable to secure Champions League football next season.
The Emery’s side will be hoping to beat Chelsea on May 29 in Baku in the Europa League final.
The Gunners are now willing to table an official bid for the Greek defender this summer in hopes to lure him to Emirates Stadium, which is according to a report coming from Sports Mole.
Following his impressive form for the Italian club, Manolas has been linked with several European giants, with some reports claiming that 2018/19 Serie A winners Juventus are currently leading the race for the Greece International.
The 27-year-old defender has registered 35 appearance for AS Roma in all competitions this season.