Talented midfielder says he will leave Ligue 1 if the right club is interested.
Arsenal target Yann M’Vila has admitted he is open to offers, as reports continue to link him with a move to the Premier League.
The Rennes midfielder nearly joined the Gunners last June, but boss Arsene Wenger reportedly decided against a deal after M’Vila clashed with his French international teammates at Euro 2012.
The Gunners’ North London rivals Tottenham were also credited with an interest in M’Vila, 22, but the enforcer has endured a miserable six months in Ligue 1, losing his place in the Rennes first team and Les Bleus squad, before being banned from international football until June 2014, after breaking curfew whilst on under-21 duty.
Even so, Wenger is thought to be keen to reignite his interest in M’Vila as he looks to add steel to his stylish but flimsy midfield.
M’Vila insists no approaches have been put to him as yet, but the highly-rated midfielder concedes that he will be keeping his options open as transfer talk intensifies.
“I am at Rennes at the moment so let’s see what happens,” M’Vila is quoted as saying by Sky Sports.
“If the club receive a good offer and I like the destination then I will go, there is no doubt about that.
“Until that happens, nothing can be said.”
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