Arsenal joined the race for 21-year-old striker valued at £13.5m

By | September 17, 2020

Dijon attacker Mounir Chouiar has reportedly emerged as a surprise transfer target for three teams in the English top-tier.

The 21-year-old, who can play on both flanks, managed to found back of the net four times in 20 games in his first Ligue 1 season during 2019-20.

However, given the financial fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, Ligue 1 outfits must consider any big-money bids for the talented Frenchman.

According to France Football, Arsenal, Wolves and Leeds are all contemplating an approach for the forward.

The report claims that Dijon are prepared to demand at least £13.5m for their promising forward, despite him having just two years left on his current deal.

Meanwhile, Dijon stopper Runar Alex Runarsson has reportedly emerged as a surprise transfer target for Premier League giants, Arsenal.

With Emiliano Martinez on the verge of departing from the Emirates Stadium, Mikel Arteta is in the market for a replacement.

Throughout last week, the Premier League giants were rumoured with an approach for David Raya, who may be allowed to depart from Brentford for the right price.

However, the Daily Mail reports that the Gunners have made contact with Dijon regarding the availability of Iceland international Runarsson.