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Monaco shows interest in Joe Willock as Mikel Arteta’s position is known amid Emirates exit


Willock is a popular this late spring after his great loan performance at Newcastle last season.

The Englishman has now been connected with a transition to France club Monaco and Newcastle in line for the youngster’s signature.

Joe Willock had battled for playing time at the Emirates in the principal half of the 2020/2021 season making only two starts in a long run fixing an advance move to Newcastle in January.

The 21-year-old forward set it all up at Newcastle United ending up on the scoresheet multiple times in 14 games for at St. James Park with an astounding seven of those goals coming in his last seven games for the Magpies.

Great structure which has drawn in the club to return and check whether there is any chance of reacquiring the young player either on a loan spell or permanent transfer.

Sadly for Ashley and co, they won’t have a free run at the youngster this late spring with Kovac’s AS Monaco the latest club to enter the race.

RMC Sport journalist Tanzi has announced that AS Monaco are ‘investigating’ the chance of this expected exchange and regardless of whether Joe Willock is monetarily a reasonable choice for the desperate club.

His tweet: ‘While the track driving Jean Lucas isn’t pushing ahead, for the occasion, Monaco is investigating the situation of Willock.

‘The 21-year-old English international forward as of now has a strong record with 54 PL appearances played since the beginning of his profession.’

RMC Sport have additionally guaranteed since Tanzi’s underlying tweet that AS Monaco are in conversations with the Arsenal youngster.

The Monégasque staff need to sign him to help the Youssouf Fofana and Aurelien Tchouaméni midfield pair.

Mikel Arteta would like to obstruct any potential Joe Willock exit, with the Spaniard resolute that the midfielder will be essential for his crew next season.

The Arsenal boss Arteta said in May: “Without a doubt since he has an agreement and that will be here. That is without a doubt.

“I’m truly glad that things have gone so well in view of the potential that he has. I think it was extraordinary for him to disappear and have an alternate encounter.

“He has snatched that chance in a truly sure and noteworthy way and he will return to us, we will have a discussion with him and plan the following a long time for him.

“Furthermore, he got the obligation and the trial of going to Newcastle to assist them with getting where they need to. I talked with the training staff there and they are very cheerful in light of the fact that he was a vital piece of adding to get the destinations that they had. That is a genuine positive for him.”

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