Arsenal, Tottenham and Southampton are all scouting Eintracht Frankfurt defender Evan N´Dicka forward of a possible switch deal, a report has claimed.
BILD (through Sport Witness) claims that the Premier League trio are all ‘watching’ France’s France Under-21 international.
Nevertheless, Arsenal might have a big benefit within the race due to late star man Mikel Arteta.
N’Dicka shares the identical agent as Nicolas Pepe, who moved from Lille to north London in the summertime of 2019.
Subsequently, mediator Michael N’Cho Ibou has a robust working relationship with Arsenal, which might come to fruition once more.
After battling for type ever since shifting to Arsenal, Pepe began his fourth consecutive sport on Tuesday. What’s extra, his goal and general performance against Wolves led to Martin Keown dashing over his performance.
Whereas the Ivory Coast international is under the highlight, nevertheless, BILD insists that N’Dicka’s future is but to change into the center of consideration amongst golf equipment longing for his signature.
The 21-year-old player got here via Auxerre academy in his home country of France, earlier than signing for Frankfurt in 2018.
However regardless of being a teen, he instantly received into the primary team, serving to to maintain six clear sheets in 27 Bundesliga appearances in his first season.
Last season, in the meantime, he continued to play regularly, however a ligament injury hampered his progress this time.
BILD doesn’t present a valuation at N’Dicka’s exit. Nevertheless, he could have two years left on his contract on the end of the season.
Along with his rising affect in Frankfurt, N’Dicka made his first international under-21 look in September 2019.
Willock dangers disappointment at Arsenal
Elsewhere, Joe Willock has admitted frustration on the level of enjoying time he gained at Arsenal this season.
The 21-year-old midfielder left the Gunners for Newcastle on deadline, in a loan deal till the end of the season.
What’s extra, he has admitted shock on the plan laid out for him by Magpies boss Steve Bruce.