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Will Arsenal reignite their interest in this French youth star

Date: 8th November 2012 at 3:09 pm
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Despite signing for in the summer, M’Baye Niang could be on his way out of the San Siro in January, which could alert the likes of and once again.

The Premier League duo were known to be interested in the 17-year-old, with Arsenal taking the youngster on trial, while Everton were close to signing him after reportedly agreeing a deal with Caen.

However, the deal fell through and despite Arsenal’s late interest, Milan eventually managed to land him on a three year-deal.

But since swapping France for Italy, Niang has failed to impress, featuring just the once for the Serie A club.

And according to talkSPORT.com, the Rossoneri are willing to listen to offers and could indeed offload the promising forward as early as January.

Niang has great potential and, under the right tutelage, the France Under-21 international could become a potent forward in the future.

Arsenal were once keen on Niang, but will The Gunners reignite their interest in him again?

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2 thoughts on “Will Arsenal reignite their interest in this French youth star

  • wilshereseque
    2 years ago

    Well i think we will be going for zaha.It also depends on walcott.Interesting read about him http://arsenalview.blogspot.in/2012/11/walcott-against-schalke.html

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  • Anon
    2 years ago

    I hope not … If we were interested and he choose to go to Milan then forget him, he had his chance there are a dozen ‘next best thing’ kids who would take the chance to come to us, in fact we have a few already, so lets just grow our own, sell them and feel disappointed without having to foster the talents of a player who snubbed us.

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