January 16, according to the London Evening Standard Chelsea reporter Nizaar Kinsella and Arsenal
According to a joint report from Nasional reporter Simon Collings, Brighton’s Belgian international Trossard has indeed been recommended to Arsenal, and they hope to sign Mudrick’s winger replacement after he was cut off.
Arsenal still want to sign a winger this month to bolster their title bid and have inquired about Barcelona’s Rafinha, but the winger is said to want to stay at Camp Nou.
Agents and clubs know Arsenal are still active in the transfer market and the Premier League leaders are expected to receive multiple recommendations in the next fortnight, possibly targeting several players.
Tottenham are interested in Trossard, who wants to leave Brighton, feeling “humiliated” by their manager Robert De Zelby, according to his agent.
Chelsea have also been linked with Trossard.