Arsenal move on for PSG star; Liverpool’s £13.5m gamble

One of PSG's brightest prospects has denied claims his turn to Arsenal is off, while Liverpool are set up to bet with the marking of a Switzerland star, as indicated by Tuesday's daily papers. 


Top PSG prospect Yacine Adli has denied claims he has rejected a move to Arsenal at the eleventh hour.

Reports a month ago asserted Unai Emery had influenced the PSG prospect to go along with him at the Gunners and turn down an expert arrangement at the Ligue 1 goliaths – news that was welcomed with enchant at Arsenal given the brilliant future tipped of the midfielder.

In any case, Adli is yet to sign an arrangement with Arsenal driving reports in France to propose the move has slowed down.

Be that as it may, the player – a consistent for PSG's U19s last season, however was given his senior presentation as a substitute in the last match of the season – has stood up to demand the move is still on.

Hitting back at reports in French outlet RMC that recommended the move had slowed down, Adli, by means of the Daily Star, stated: "You have no clue what you're on about."

Adli, topped by France at U16, U17 and U18, was named PSG's young player of the year and previous Gunners star Robert Pires trusts Arsenal will arrive one of France's best youthful stars when he in the end signs.

"He's a skilled player," Pires said. "He has great characteristics, quick with the ball.

"Here and there he can score. I know Unai Emery prefers this player.

"I don't have the foggiest idea about what's happened the most recent two days, yet in the event that he joins Arsenal, I figure he will be a decent player for the new squad."

Munititions stockpile confront PSG in a pre-season well disposed in Singapore on July 27.

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