Pablo Fornals has been linked with a move to Arsenal but should the midfielder make the move to the English club?
Having been in fine form this season, Fornals has gained a reputation in La Liga and thus – gained interest from a number of clubs, including Premier League side Arsenal.
The Gunners, who are coached by former Sevilla boss Unai Emery, are in superb form this season as they embark on their first season under new management after Arsene Wenger called time on his 22-year spell in charge.
Fornals is now seen as a key player in the Gunners’ future, seeing club officials compare the 22-year-old to former midfielder Santi Cazorla.
Cazorla famously moved to Arsenal in 2012 and helped them win two FA Cup titles and two Community Shield trophies.
A move for Fornals to the Emirates would then replicate that of Cazorla’s but it may be too soon for the midfielder to leave Spain.
Given chance in the Spanish national side by new coach Luis Enrique, Fornals is enjoying good form at both club and country level.
Yes, Arsenal are in good form too, but the youngster may wish to develop more in La Liga before moving to England and fighting for his place under Emery in North London.