Arsenal FC Transfer News: Gunners-Linked German Attacker 'Happy' at Wolfsburg
By Mark Wayne Eubank | July 26, 2014 11:17 PM EST
Arsenal-linked Wolfsburg attacker Maximilian Arnold revealed that he is happy with his current club and would not want to move elsewhere, at least, this summer.
The 20-year-old German had a breakout year last season under the guidance of Dieter Hecking, starting 27 Bundesliga matches, tallying 7 goals and 3 assists in the process.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger prides himself in investing in young players
His suggested market value of £9million could only get higher as time progresses, which make top clubs like the Gunners and Liverpool keen on snatching him early, but the promising youngster has his own plans.
"Of course the likes of Juventus and Arsenal are clubs you dream about as a child," he told kicker-Sportmagazin.
"But I am on just 36 Bundesliga appearances. If I was on 150, then it might be different."
"I am a player of Wolfsburg and I am happy to be a part of this team."
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