Arsenal are looking to land Sevilla’s Polish midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak this January ahead of a reported £24m swoop. Krychowiak, 24, only moved to the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan in the summer, but his impressive start to the season has already captured the attention of the Gunners.
Borussia Dortmund and Inter Milan are other clubs reportedly chasing Krychowiak, who has become a wanted man around Europe since joining Sevilla. His buyout clause is £24m with Arsene Wenger reportedly willing to match that, keen to bring more defensive stability to the club.
Adept as a defensive midfielder, 6’1 Krychowiak can also play as an emergency centre-back and has played in every game so far this season for Sevilla. Wenger requires more steel in midfield as the Gunners have been shipping unnecessary goals far too often this season, losing leads against Anderlecht and Swansea in recent weeks.
Krychowiak would be the perfect replacement for either Mikel Arteta or Mathieu Flamini, both of whom are far from commanding and athletic in the Arsenal midfield.
Wenger could be persuaded to move for Krychowiak this January as he would be eligible for the Champions League knockout stages, despite already playing in the Europa League for Sevilla this season.
Sevilla seem to have a knack for picking up brilliant midfield players, having sold Geoffrey Kondogbia, Jesus Navas and Ivan Rakitic onto bigger teams in recent seasons.
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