Yves Bissouma has been told to consider a move to Manchester United instead of Liverpool or Arsenal by Gunners legend Ian Wright. The north London outfit have previously been linked with a swoop for the midfielder in the past.
They apparently face competition in the race for his signature with Liverpool and Man United thought to be interested too.
Despite seemingly being spoilt for choice over his next destination, Wright has implored Bissouma to instead secure a switch to Old Trafford in what would be a considerable blow to the Gunners.
Speaking on Ringer FC’s Wright’s House podcast, the former striker said: “Bissouma’s making it clear now he wants to leave. Bissouma at United… that fits. He’s very good.
“You look at Bissouma, and he’s looking at Liverpool, we know that Liverpool have had their problems this season and you’ve got to choose between Liverpool and United in the current climate.
“I’m probably going to go with United.
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“It’s difficult to predict that one but in general we wouldn’t like to do that [sacrifice players] because we’re only going to be stronger.
“I think is clear that if we want to improve the team we need some resources.”
The Gunners might well find it tough to tempt him to the Emirates Stadium next season regardless.
Following a horrendous campaign, Arsenal look set to miss out on European football, whilst both Liverpool and Man United could potentially offer the opportunity to play UEFA Champions League next season.