Arsenal target Yannick Carrasco has spoken out about what his intentions are this summer, as the Gunners look to secure a deal to bring him to the Emirates stadium.
Following the deparute of star attacker Aaron Ramsey, Unai Emery is expected to look for a replacement for the Welshman, who happened to be a major goal threat for his side.
The Arsenal boss had to settle for a loan deal in the January transfer window as Denis Suarez joined temporarily from Barcelona, following a failed attempt to land the signing of Carrasco.
There is a new opportuinity to sign the Belgium star this summer, with Arsenal claimed to be ‘confident’ of securing a deal to lure him, according to the Mirror.
In an encouragement of the Gunners’ interest in him, the player himself has admitted that he is keen on completing a move to Europe after leaving Atletico Madrid for China over a year ago.
“The whole world knows that I want to return to Europe. Now, it depends on the president and I hope he finds a solution.” Carrasco was quoted by the Mirror as saying.
[Asked about Arsenal he replied] “I can’t speak about the club. Now I am not the one who chooses, but my president. He decides if he lets me go or not, but I hope I can come back.”