Leandro Trossard admits that he may be on his way out of Genk this summer, giving Arsenal a boost in their rumoured pursuit of the Belgian winger.
Rumoured Arsenal target Leandro Trossard has revealed that he expects to leave Genk this summer.
The Belgian winger, believed to be valued at around £20m, has been strongly linked with a switch to the Emirates Stadium in the past.
Arsenal have now received a boost in their pursuit of the 24-year-old as Trossard, speaking ahead of Genk’s final game of the season, confessed he may be on his way out of the Belgian Pro League club.
“Sunday’s game against Standard Liege might be my last one in a Genk shirt,” he said.
Trossard, considered a replacement for Danny Welbeck in the frontline, has 22 goals and 11 assists for Genk this season.
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