Arsenal are keeping tabs on Paris Saint-Germain’s Thilo Kehrer, according to Foot Mercato.
The German has made 94 appearances for The Parisians, since making the switch from German outfit Schalke in 2018 for €37million.
With the arrival of Sergio Ramos and the imminent arrival of Achraf Hakimi from Inter Milan, the 24-year-old might be considering his options for the future.
The report suggests that although Kehrer is happy in France, he might be open to a loan move ‘depending on how the situation develops’ at the start of the season.
Arsenal 'make contact with PSG over German defender Thilo Kehrer' https://t.co/JM81EuzOpP
— MailOnline Sport (@MailSport) July 13, 2021
Arsenal have reportedly sounded out the player’s camp, as they look to strengthen the right-back as well as the centre-back position. If the Gunners do go ahead with Kehrer’s pursuit, they might get two players packed into one with the German international.
The German, who has nine appearances for his national team, has vastly played as a centre back as well as a right-back. But his versatility just doesn’t stop their.
Kehrer has also played in every midfield position there is out to play, which might appeal to Mikel Arteta.
Arsenal are trying to bring in Ben White and Kehrer
Whereas, the London side continue to negotiate with Brighton on the structure of the deal for England international Ben White.
Kehrer is valued around £25 million, which is unlikely to be an unsurmountable fee for Arsenal as they look to overhaul their current squad.
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Arsenal’s inefficiencies were again exposed on Tuesday evening when they lost to Scottish side Hibernian 2-1. Although it was just a pre-season game, many similarities with how the players approached the game can be made with the last campaign.
Maybe it was an early warning sign for a club, who’s been on a constant decline since Stan Kroenke too over, to freshen up the squad.
As an Arsenal fan, the transfer business, especially on the outgoings side has been frustrating. Too many players are still plying their trade at the club they should no longer be part of.
Thus, the next few weeks can make or break the next season.
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