Brilliant Seria A attacker lets Arsenal know he wants to play in Premier League

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AC Milan star and ARSENAL target Rafael Leao has hinted at a possible move to the Premier League, despite recently signing a new contract in Italy.

Leao has been one of AC Milan’s most important players over the past four seasons, registering 40 goals and over 30 assists across over 150 games for the club.

Leao’s current deal is up in the summer of 2024 and while talks are ongoing, a host of Premier League clubs are monitoring his situation in hope that he could become available.

Arsenal have been heavily linked for the last couple of transfer windows and many did expect them to sign Leao in previous windows – but other targets were signed and they moved on from the man. But they will be back for the man at the end of the season.

But that idea seemed to be over when he recently agreed a new contract with the Italian giants that should have ended all speculation surrounding his future with the club.

However – such is football, he has admitted his desire to one day play in the Premier League, he said: “Anyone wants to play in the Premier League because it’s a very competitive league.

‘It has engaging football, great teams and a worldwide audience.

“Serie A is currently very well positioned in international football, but I definitely have to say… ‘Premier League in the future.”

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There is something there in the potential of Leao – he really is a special talent and could be a great long-term investment – but not for that £100 million that is being talked about.

ARSENAL do need to add some players to the squad – but we dont think another winger is needed.

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