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Arsenal and Wolves target Angelo Stiller is mulling over a move away from Bayern Munich as contract talks with the Bundesliga champions have been put on hold, according to Sport1.

Clearly a young midfielder who idolises Bavarian legends Toni Kroos and Xabi Alonso has Bayern blood running through his veins.

But that doesn’t mean the 19-year-old sensation is going to wait forever for the sniff of a chance in Hansi Flick’s star-studded first team.

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Munich-born Stiller made his Bayern debut in the 3-0 DFB Pokal triumph over Duren on Thursday night but, according to Sport1, he is far from convinced his long-term future lies at the Allianz Arena.

The summer signings of Marc Roca and former Benfica starlet Tiago Dantas suggest Bayern don’t think Stiller is ready yet.

With his contract expiring in 2021 and talks over a new deal on the back-burner, there’s a real chance a man who prides himself on his passing range and speed of thought in and out of possession will walk away from the reigning European champions in the new year.

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Sport1 adds that Mikel Arteta’s ever-improving Arsenal side are watching the situation closely, having also been linked earlier in the summer.

Werder Bremen, Stuttgart and Union Berlin also want a Germany U20 international who shone as Bayern’s reserve team won the third-tier title for the first time in their history last season.

The Sun (12 October, page 61) reported Wolverhampton Wanderers are also interested in Stiller, who could be a potential successor for Joao Moutinho at Molineux.

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    £72 million

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    £56 million

  3. Alexandre Lacazette

    £52 million

  4. Thomas Partey

    45 million

  5. Mesut Ozil

    £42 million

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