AC Milan are Arsenal are battling for the signing of Club Brugge winger Noa Lang but the Gunners have an advantage, a report has claimed.
Lang continues to catch the eye of a number of top clubs no doubt given his exploits both domestically but also now on the European stage, as the 22-year-old former Ajax starlet caught the eye during Club Brugge’s recent 1-1 draw against PSG.
His agent Bart Baving of the Team Wass agency gave an exclusive interview to Calciomercato.it to discuss the future of his client, and he actually confirmed that Milan are monitoring his development.
According to the latest from Voetbal24 in Belgium, Lang is ‘keeping all options open’ regarding his future, knowing that he will be with Club Brugge at least until next summer so he has some time to assess his next potential destination.
However, it is already certain that both Milan and Arsenal want to make an attempt to sign Lang from the Belgian side, while the 22-year-old already has a clear preference between those two teams.
Lang would gladly move to the Premier League and Arsenal are a club that appeals more to the imagination at the moment as per the report, but the question is whether the Gunners will be able to pay the €30m asking price to land him.
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