The wantaway Juventus midfielder Sami Khedira may continue his career in the Premier League next season, according to the latest reports from England and Italy
The former Real Madrid man tumbled down the pecking order last term, registering just ten Serie A outings during the 2018-19 campaign, and would, therefore, look to find a regular first-team action elsewhere.
Although the German’s contract with the Bianconeri runs out in summer 2021, the club’s hierarchy won’t oppose his departure already this transfer window.
Arsenal are reportedly keen on offering the 32-year-old an escape route from the Allianz Arena, as Unai Emery looks to provide more quality and depth to his midfield.
The Gunners have already secured the services of Dani Ceballos, but the Spanish manager is still working on additional reinforcements, with Khedira named as a potential solution.
Khedira was spotted at the Audi Cup a couple of days ago, which fueled speculations regarding his potential switch to the Emirates Stadium.
However, the London giants will have to beat the competition from Wolverhampton Wanderers who are also interested in luring the player away from Turin.
As broadcasted by the English outlet, Mirror, Wolves have already held talks with Juventus CEO Fabio Paratici over Khedira’s move to the Molineux Stadium.
As a result, the former Stuttgart youth academy product will have to choose whether he wants to continue his career with Unai Emery or Nuno Espirito Santo.