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Club Brugge winger Noa Lang is open to moving to Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal, according to Voetbal 24.

It has been reported that Arsenal are now firmly in the race for the 22-year-old winger.

AC Milan are also keen on securing the services of the Dutch youngster.

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However, Lang will not leave Club Brugge in the January transfer window and will stay at the club until next summer.

The winger reportedly prefers a move to Arsenal to joining Milan.

The Gunners, according to the report, appeal to the winger.

Club Brugge want as much as €30 million (£25.69m) as transfer fee for Lang.

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Would Noa Lang make Arsenal better?

Lang is a very talented and promising young winger who was strongly linked with a move to Leeds in the summer transfer window.

Leeds head coach Marcelo Bielsa eventually picked Daniel James over Lang, but that he was interested in the 22-year-old in the first place shows how highly he is rated.

Lang has pace and is skilful, and his ability to score goals and create chances would make Arsenal better and more potent in attack.

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The youngster scored 16 goals and gave seven assists in the league last season, and has scored three goals and given four assists in the league so far this campaign.

Lang’s agent Bart Baving recently made comparisons between the winger and Brazil and Paris Saint-Germain star Neymar.

Baving said this week, as quoted in Calciomercato: “Noa is Noa, he has always had this type of playing style. He always works hard and has excellent technique, dribbling and vision. 

“He is also an excellent decision maker and a neat finisher. He is also a generous player, anything but selfish. I’ve heard a lot of people say he looks like Neymar, especially after the PSG match.”

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