Bayern Munich will look to sell Serge Gnabry if they receive an offer of around €40m (£34m) this summer, according to reports in the German media.
Arsenal have been credited with an interest in bringing the 26-year-old back to the Emirates in recent days, while both Liverpool and Manchester United having also been linked with the winger in the past few months.
Gnabry’s current deal at Bayern is set to expire at the end of next season, which explains the low asking price, and Gunners fans on Twitter feel that the club should do all they can to secure the German international’s signature:
— Cameron Clarkson (@CamClarkson147) May 28, 2022
Worth every penny
— Ola Tawose (@herodownunder) May 28, 2022
This is a very fair price, we have to bring him home
— Voltage King 👑 (@iamflamezzz) May 27, 2022
Arsenal do it
— Stephanie ❤️🩹🔴⚪️💀 (@7stephgoon999) May 27, 2022
I think every Arsenal fan would be happy to chip in to fund this.
— David Woodley (@DavidWoodley82) May 28, 2022
I have a very large jar of coins in my closet. I would like to contribute!!
— Steve Reynolds (@esreysteve) May 28, 2022
worth even more 🐐
— cassidy two (@hecbellerin) May 27, 2022
Totally worth it and affordable. Bring him home🔴⚪️ pic.twitter.com/fGSUNMPb0A
— ArsenalGunner12 (@Gunner12Arsenal) May 27, 2022
Come home, get the deal done
— Sergeant Surprise (@Debinho4) May 28, 2022
Get him back 🙏🏼
— jimmy🧢 (@jimmy_olomi) May 28, 2022
It has been claimed that Gnabry would be open to returning to North London, but the lack of Champions League football may still present a stumbling block to getting a deal done, with the player also having other suitors.
Considering that Gnabry scored 17 goals and contributed 10 assists in 45 appearances for Bayern this season, though, £34m seems like a steal.