It appears that VfL Wolfsburg midfielder Luiz Gustavo is going to leave Bundesliga in the near future.
The South American ace was quoted by Goal as claiming this late few weeks ago: “When I came here, I was told to try and help build a great team. If we really want to be a top team, then those responsible must also play their part. Previously they have always invested in the squad and if it stays that way then will remain here.”
And then it was suggested by Kicker that Brazilian star was confident of a Wolfsburg exit as Chinese side Guangzhou Evergrande considered a move for the footballer this summer.
So as Brazilian midfielder is on his way to leave Bundesliga the news might caught Arsene Wenger’s attention once again.
In August 2013 Arsenal made big moves to try and land the footballer from Bayern Munich.
The Sun also reported that Gunners had made an £18 million bid for the talented midfielder.
However, he instead decided to join German giants as he did not want to leave Germany.
In 2014 Arsenal were again linked with the player. The South American, now with Wolfsburg, was said to be the subject of a £27.5 million bid from Gunners, as reported by the Express, however decided to stay at Wolfsburg once again.
With Wolfsburg struggling this season it looks like midfielder could be on his way.
He may be a bit longer in the tooth however he can play in a variety of areas and Wenger is apparently a big fan.