Sevilla midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak has already acquired an agent in London. Could a Premier League move be imminent?
The Gunners appear to be concerned that they might lose Morgan Schneiderlin to Manchester United, and are lining up a bid for Sevilla midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak as a Plan B.
According to the Telegraph, Krychowiak has hired the England-based Stellar Group to serve as his new representatives – a sign that the 25-year-old Polish national is interested in moving to the Premier League – which in turn has peaked the interest of Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger. With the Gunners apparently lagging behind Man United in the race for Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin, it should be expected that Wenger has a backup in mind.
Two good seasons as a defensive midfielder in Ligue 1 for Reims earned Krychowiak a €4.5 million deal to play for Sevilla in La Liga. Over the course of the 2014-15 season, he made 45 total appearances and scored 4 goals.
Krychowiak is reportedly getting looks from Arsenal as well as Man United, Man City and Chelsea. The Polish stud is also receiving interest from clubs in Spain, Germany and Italy according to the Telegraph.
It’s also worth nothing that Stellar Group also represents Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny, who has been Krychowiak’s teammate on Polish national teams.