Recent reports are suggesting that Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is ready to make a move in the January transfer window for Sevilla’s defensive midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak to beef up the midfield and help cover up for Francis Coquelin.
The 25-year-old has been superb in the Spanish La Liga and is believed to have a £21m release clause in his contract. Wenger is a big fan of Krychowiak and the way he plays and he has tried severally to bring the ace midfielder to the Emirates with the most recent attempt for the player being in the past summer transfer window.
The Polish defensive midfielder would be a perfect partner for Francis Coquelin who has been pivotal to Arsenal’s recent good form. Krychowiak has the attack and the ability to distribute balls while Coquelin stays to shield the defence and he also has the ability to score goals when the opportunity arises which is one thing Coquelin does not do.
Manchester City are also reportedly interested in the player and they hope to also go for him by January as they look to maintain their title challenge under Manuel Pellegrini.
The Poland international has recently rejected a new contract offer from Sevilla and this instantly put Arsenal and City on red-alert as they are ready to make their move in January.
Arsenal are currently second in the English Premier League but are level on points with League-Leaders Manchester City.
Arsenal fans will be hoping that this is not another Wenger drama twist and this player comes to the Emirates as the team currently needs a player like him.