With the opening of the summer transfer window coming closer, various European clubs have been linked to a player ahead of the opening in hopes.
Latest in the news are Arsenal who have been reported to be keen on signing Moroccan attacker Hakim Ziyech with German giants Bayern Munich already having a battle with rival Borussia Dortmund over his signature.
Hakim Ziyech, who is said to be worth €50m by Ajax, has sparked lots of interests in Europe with the North London club reported to be one of the club interested, according to report in Le Temps.
Ziyech can be played on either sides of the forward position has been able to find the back of the net in 15 occasions and further creating 13 assists in 24 Eredivisible appearances this season for Dutch giant Ajax.
With Unai Emery having a summer overhaul in mind, the Gunners might be in the market for more than two natural wingers but can the club stir off competitions from the German giants, if so will they be willing to pay €50m for Morocco International in the summer?
Anything can happen in the summer transfer window just like football, but lets keep in mind that Ziyech was formerly linked with a move to Arsenal last summer and winter.
Last summer, Ziyech’s representative Rene van der Gijp wanted an offer from Arsenal or Liverpool in hopes to sign for one of them, he said: “I hope that there will be a better club than Roma, an Arsenal or Liverpool.
The 26-year-old right-winger is currently running down a contract with Ajax that runs till the summer of 2021.