Three clubs chasing Arsenal contract rebel

The
22-year-old
made
his
debut
for
the
Gunners
back
in
2017
when
Arsene
Wenger
was
in
charge
of
the
North
London
giants
and
he
has
since
made
a
total
of
71
appearances
across
all
competitions.

The
dynamic
forward
has
scored
18
goals
in
the
process
and
five
of
them
have
come
during
this
campaign
in
the
League
Cup.
However,
due
to
lack
of
playing
time,
Nketiah
has
decided
against
renewing
his
contract
beyond
this
summer.

Now
it
is
believed
that
he
could
make
his
way
out
of
the
Emirates
in
January
itself
with
a
number
of
clubs
chasing
his
signature.
In
this
article,
we
will
take
a
look
at
three
clubs
taking
a
keen
look
at
the
Englishman.


Bayer
Leverkusen

Despite
Patrik
Schick’s
sensational
run
of
form
this
season,
it
is
believed
that
the
Bundesliga
giants
are
eyeing
to
add
to
their
firepower
up
front
and
are
said
to
be
considering
signing
Nketiah
on
a
cut-price
deal.

Bundesliga
has
emerged
as
a
lucrative
destination
for
English
youngsters
in
recent
years
with
the
likes
of
Jadon
Sancho
and
Jude
Bellingham
setting
the
German
first
tier
on
fire
and
Nketiah
could
be
the
next
in
line
to
trade
English
football
for
Germany.


Crystal
Palace

Patrick
Vieira
has
been
doing
a
remarkable
job
since
taking
the
hot
seat
at
Crystal
Palace
in
the
summer.
It
is
safe
to
say
that
he
is
doing
miracles
with
the
Eagles
and
future
looks
bright
for
the
South
London
club
under
the
Arsenal
legend.

Nketiah
has
emerged
as
a
target
of
Vieira
and
it
is
pretty
evident
that
the
Eagles
are
in
dire
need
of
a
new
striker
especially
with
Jean-Philippe
Mateta’s
loan
from
Mainz
unlikely
to
be
turned
permanent.


Brighton
and
Hove
Albion

Brighton
and
Hove
Albion
have
been
playing
a
beautiful
brand
of
football
for
quite
some
time
now
under
the
tutelage
of
Graham
Potter
but
there
are
still
some
big
loopholes
in
their
squad.

The
Seagulls
evidently
lack
a
quality
centre-forward
and
that
hurts
them
on
a
regular
basis.
With
a
striker
who
can
score
around
15
goals
a
season,
Brighton
could
potentially
challenge
for
an
European
spot.

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