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Arsenal target desperate to leave club; wants transfer as soon as possible

Wolfsburg forward Julian Draxler has put Arsenal on alert with comments regarding his desire to leave the club.

Julian Draxler has reaffirmed his desire to move away from Wolfsburg after having a difficult first season with the club. In the recent interview, he expressed his views when the player was booed by his club fans.

The 23 year old attacking midfielder moved from Schalke to Wolfsurg in summer of 2015. It’s been a difficult start to his career at Wolfsburg. He made 23 Bundesliga appearances for Wolfsburg in his first season with just 6 goals. Julian Draxler is yet to score a goal for Wolfsburg this season.

During last Saturday’s 3-2 defeat to Hertha Berlin, Draxler was booed by his own Wolfsbug fans. “I don’t think I need to tell anybody what [being booed] does to a person – it certainly doesn’t help you,” said the youngster. ‘There’s no doubt it makes it hard for you to perform on the field.’

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Various European clubs are monitoring Draxler’s situation at Wolfsburg, as per reports. Both Arsenal and Everton tried to sign the player this summer, but the deal didn’t went through as Wolfsburg blocked Draxler’s exit.

But in January transfer window, either of these clubs will look forward to sign him. It would cost around £50m for the Gunners to land this German international.

Draxler admitted over the summer that Wolfsburg blocked his exit. He opened up his future again saying that he wants a move soon. He doesn’t look like changing the decision any time soon.

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‘I can understand the fans, though. They have every right to do that. I said in the summer the way I feel and I stand by that,’ said Draxler.

Wolfsburg forward Julian Draxler has put Arsenal on alert with comments regarding his desire to leave the club.

Julian Draxler has reaffirmed his desire to move away from Wolfsburg after having a difficult first season with the club. In the recent interview, he expressed his views when the player was booed by his club fans.

The 23 year old attacking midfielder moved from Schalke to Wolfsurg in summer of 2015. It’s been a difficult start to his career at Wolfsburg. He made 23 Bundesliga appearances for Wolfsburg in his first season with just 6 goals. Julian Draxler is yet to score a goal for Wolfsburg this season.

During last Saturday’s 3-2 defeat to Hertha Berlin, Draxler was booed by his own Wolfsbug fans. “I don’t think I need to tell anybody what [being booed] does to a person – it certainly doesn’t help you,” said the youngster. ‘There’s no doubt it makes it hard for you to perform on the field.’

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Various European clubs are monitoring Draxler’s situation at Wolfsburg, as per reports. Both Arsenal and Everton tried to sign the player this summer, but the deal didn’t went through as Wolfsburg blocked Draxler’s exit.

But in January transfer window, either of these clubs will look forward to sign him. It would cost around £50m for the Gunners to land this German international.

Draxler admitted over the summer that Wolfsburg blocked his exit. He opened up his future again saying that he wants a move soon. He doesn’t look like changing the decision any time soon.

‘I can understand the fans, though. They have every right to do that. I said in the summer the way I feel and I stand by that,’ said Draxler.

Wolfsburg forward Julian Draxler has put Arsenal on alert with comments regarding his desire to leave the club.

Julian Draxler has reaffirmed his desire to move away from Wolfsburg after having a difficult first season with the club. In the recent interview, he expressed his views when the player was booed by his club fans.

The 23 year old attacking midfielder moved from Schalke to Wolfsurg in summer of 2015. It’s been a difficult start to his career at Wolfsburg. He made 23 Bundesliga appearances for Wolfsburg in his first season with just 6 goals. Julian Draxler is yet to score a goal for Wolfsburg this season.

During last Saturday’s 3-2 defeat to Hertha Berlin, Draxler was booed by his own Wolfsbug fans. “I don’t think I need to tell anybody what [being booed] does to a person – it certainly doesn’t help you,” said the youngster. ‘There’s no doubt it makes it hard for you to perform on the field.’

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Various European clubs are monitoring Draxler’s situation at Wolfsburg, as per reports. Both Arsenal and Everton tried to sign the player this summer, but the deal didn’t went through as Wolfsburg blocked Draxler’s exit.

But in January transfer window, either of these clubs will look forward to sign him. It would cost around £50m for the Gunners to land this German international.

Draxler admitted over the summer that Wolfsburg blocked his exit. He opened up his future again saying that he wants a move soon. He doesn’t look like changing the decision any time soon.

‘I can understand the fans, though. They have every right to do that. I said in the summer the way I feel and I stand by that,’ said Draxler.

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