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Can Arsenal Compete With Bayern Munich For This Bundesliga Talent?

Xavi Simons of Red Bull Leipzig, who is on loan from Paris Saint-Germain, is being pursued by Arsenal and Bayern Munich, according to a recent Sport via Sport Witness article. The Gunners have shown interest in the Dutch attacker as they think about maybe acquiring him this summer.

Over his loan stint with the German club, Simons, 21 years, has been demonstrating his abilities and wowing with his attacking brilliance. This season he has made 42 appearances, scoring nine goals and dishing out 15 assists in all competitions. He keeps up remarkable numbers in the Bundesliga of 2.6 shots, 2.5 crucial passes, and 2.7 dribbles per ninety minutes played. Furthermore demonstrating his ability to distribute possession well is his 82.1% success rate in passing within the opponent’s half.

Arsenal must make a strong bid if they are serious about getting Simons’ signature in the next transfer window. His PSG contract expires in 2027. He is recognised for his ability to create scoring chances, make driving runs down the wings, and hit accurate long-range shots. Simons adds variety to the midfield and wider offensive roles.

Can Arsenal Compete With Bayern Munich For This Bundesliga Talent?

Mostly an offensive midfielder, Simons can play on either wing as a wide player if needed. His ability to develop into a top player in his position makes him a desirable long-term candidate for Arsenal. Potentially challenging Mikel Arteta for a regular starting position, Simons might provide Arsenal’s team depth and skill. Given his age and potential, Arsenal’s future requirements may be satisfactorily addressed by signing Simons. The North London team should thus make getting Simons a contract before the current season ends their top priority.

Arsenal looks to be making a wise decision in showing interest in Xavi Simons. The young Dutch prodigy is proving to be a future star with his skills at Red Bull Leipzig. His versatility as a defensive and attacking player makes him a possible asset to Arsenal. He has lots of opportunity to grow and improve under Mikel Arteta’s tutelage, too, at only 21 years old. Long-term, Arsenal may find that obtaining his signing is a major coup.

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