There is another goal! ‘Gun’ Noson pulls ‘Bayern’ back to the nest again

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Arsenal have no intention of bringing back Bayern Munich winger Serge Gnabry this summer. Despite missing out on Rafinha to reinforce the army with other goals that the team is more interested in

English Premier League side Arsenal are not interested in re- signing Serge Gnabry from Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich. Even now, I still want to look for players along the line. After missing out on key targets. Such as Leeds United’s Rafinha the UFABET team made an offer to but were rejected back. Lungthong set to sell to Barcelona or Chelsea. 

There is another goal! 'Gun' Noson pulls 'Nabri' back to the nest again
There is another goal! ‘Gun’ Noson pulls ‘Nabri’ back to the nest again

The former Gunners played for the Gunners between 2012 and 2015. He had an impressive display for Bayern last season. Scoring 14 goals and passing the ball for five of his teammates in 34 appearances. The match resulted in rumors of many famous teams in the elite league. Such as Liverpool Manchester United Manchester City including the Gunners .  

However, the latest reports indicate that the Arsenal army is not interested in wanting the 26-year-old. Back to the Emirates Stadium because there are other goals that are more interesting. Although they missed out on Rafinha. It was not revealed the player Arsenal wanted to be. While Bayern were making a new offer for Gnabry. Whose old contract would be. End next year but not yet decided

For this time, Mikel Arteta a Spanish trainer. There have been three new players namely 19- year -old. Samba wing Marquinhos who moved from Sao Paulo. United States national team goalkeeper Matt Turner. who have been signed in advance from New England Revolution since January and Portuguese midfielder Fabio Vieira from FC Porto

while the fourth is Gabriel Jesus, the Brazilian striker which is waiting for the official launch soon After grabbing from Manchester City, the Premier League champion for a price of 45 million pounds, or about 1,935 million baht last week. and will sign a 5-year contract or until 2027