“They said that the scouts were sitting in the stand. Manchester United’s interest? I can’t even imagine how this could be. Where am I [in my career], and where are United?”It is my dream to play in England. But in order to do so I have to keep on scoring goals, training and working hard.”
The Sun continues that Arsenal believe they can get the striker, who is under contract at Krylia Sovetov until 2022, for a fee of £15m.
Meanwhile, former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has given his verdict on Nicolas Pepe’s start to life at the Emirates Stadium, saying that the Ivory Coast international needs to be given more time to reach his best.