'Things have happened' - Arsenal's Michael Olise alternative drops massive transfer hint

Xavi Simons
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Xavi Simons has confirmed he will delay any decisions about his future until after Euro 2024, amid rumours of a potential Premier League move to Arsenal.

This talented Paris Saint-Germain winger has apparently caught the attention of several clubs having bagged 10 goals and delivered 15 assists in 43 games for loan club RB Leipzig last season. The Gunners are supposedly keen on adding to their wide options this summer, keeping an eye on Simons' performances.

Besides Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United have also apparently shown interest in the 21-year-old. Simons still has three years remaining on his contract with PSG, having returned to the French side via a buy-back option from PSV Eindhoven last year before his immediate loan to Leipzig.

Despite starting as a youth player at PSG, Simons has not represented the club in a competitive fixture during his second stint. In fact, his last appearance for the side coming in May 2022.

Currently representing the Netherlands at Euro 2024, Simons was asked about his future at club level. He told reporters: "I was happy in Paris. Things have happened. Now, I was in Leipzig this year. We'll see after the Euros."

Simons has played twice for his country at Euro 2024, starting both the win over Poland and Friday's draw with France, having a goal ruled out in the stalemate with the French.

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Meanwhile, Arsenal have been linked with a number of other wingers, such as Pedro Neto and Nico Williams. However, it looks as though any hopes of landing Michael Olise have been dashed with the Crystal Palace star reportedly advancing in talks with Bayern Munich.