Arsenal fans were excited to learn that Arsenal have moved to the front row in the race for Sead Kolasinac this weekend.
Still, it turns out that Gunners are not the only club interested in the Bosnia and Herzegovina international as it emerged that Everton, among other clubs, are also interested.
Contrasting reports over the past couple of days appeared linking the player with both Premier League clubs and presenting his case as a done deal, but the new light has been shed on the entire situation by none other than Kolasinac’s father himself.
Bosnian television N1 Sarajevo has got in touch with Sead’s father who moved on to reveal that the 23-year-old Schalke left-back did not sign a deal with any club, but he did confirm that Arsenal are in play for Kolasinac’s signature.
The highly-rated defender has apparently been in advanced talks with several clubs over a possible summer move, but his father has also thrown Serie A giants AC Milan in the mix.
Rossoneri are coming off from a successful takeover and are likely to be granted a significant transfer budget that would allow them to contest the Premier League clubs and offer the player a salary in excess of that he would receive in England.
Sead Kolasinac’s father claims his son will decide whether to sign for Arsenal or AC Milan next week.
Bosnian international is edging closer to the end of his contract with Schalke and is free to choose his next destination.
With both AC Milan and Arsenal currently outside the European zones in their respective leagues, Kolasinac has some serious thinking to do before he makes the final decision.