Arsenal transfer boost as Serge Gnabry ‘refuses to sign new Bayern Munich contract despite being offered double pay’

ARSENAL’S hopes of landing Serge Gnabry have been given a boost after reports that he is refusing to sign a blockbuster Bayern Munich contract.

The winger would reportedly see his pay double if he put pen to paper, but is yet to do so.

Gnabry has been linked to a move back to the Emirates
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The stand-off could open the door to Arsenal tempting the superstar back to the Emirates.

Gnabry left the club in 2016, but has since gone on to make a name for himself playing in Germany.

But Bild report that contract talks with Bayern have stalled, despite big money being on the table.

The German newspaper say Gnabry could potentially double his wages from a reported £6.7m a year to between £14m and £16m.

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If he were to sign the contract, it would rank Gnabry among the highest earners at the club, alongside the likes of Kingsley Coman and former Manchester City ace Leroy Sane.

But Bild report that wages are a “side issue” for Gnabry, and he “doesn’t feel like the club sees him as a pillar for the future”.

The 26-year-old’s contract runs out in the summer of 2023, meaning he could leave on a free in a year’s time if this issue was not resolved.

Arsenal have been repeatedly linked to Gnabry, who has been clear about remaining a huge fan of the club.

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While he struggled to break into the first team under Arsene Wenger, his performances since his move away have sparked interest from the London club.

He came through the Gunners’ academy and won the FA Cup in 2014, but a lack of game time led to his exit.

His return could partially depend on whether Arsenal can get back into the Champions League.

Ahead of their trip to West Ham tomorrow, Mikel Arteta’s side is in pole position after strong wins against Chelsea and Arsenal.



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