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Arsenal have reportedly found a defensive transfer target who is said to be willing to leave his team before the end of the summer.
German-born and Bayern Leverkusen defender Omer Toprak is willing to leave the German club in search for more green pasture.
The Turkish international defender reportedly has a £19.64 (€23m) release clause and Bayer are open to listen offers for the Turk after signing Austrian centre-back Dragovich.
Arsenal yet to agree fee for Mustafi. #AFC considering Omer Toprak & Simon Kjaer as alternatives but Mustafi remains priority & keen to join
— David Ornstein (@bbcsport_david) August 15, 2016
Toprak has also confirmed that he could be open to a summer move and did not rule out the possibility of leaving the Bundesliga giants for a new challenge.
The 27-year-old has also confirmed that he could be open to a summer move did not rule out possibility of him moving to Arsenal or leaving the Bundesliga giants for a new challenge.
As quoted by Turkish-Football.com, he said, “It is not certain whether I will stay at Bayer Leverkusen, we still have a month, and anything could happen until them.”
Arsenal have had a recent effort to sign Manchester United and England international Phil Jones blocked by Jose Mourinho according to the Independent.
Our pursuit of Mustafi have also been thwarted by Valencia who looks set to keep him at the club and West Brom reportedly want to keep hold of Jonnny Evans.