Arsenal supporters have spotted a potential transfer hint on Yves Bissouma’s Instagram story.
Bissouma has been heavily linked with a move to the Emirates Stadium this summer after another impressive season at Brighton & Hove Albion.
football.london understands that the Gunners will be in the transfer market to sign players in at least five positions in the coming months, with a big overhaul expected to take place in north London.
Two names that have been looked at are Bissouma, as well as Sheffield United and Norway midfielder Sander Berge. As well as this, both players are thought to be keen on a move to the Emirates.
Back in January, a close friend of Bissouma’s told football.london that he ‘loves the Premier League’ and if he had to choose one club to play his football at – it would be Arsenal.
Now, some Gunners supporters have been sent into a transfer frenzy after the Brighton midfielder posted an Instagram story.
Bissouma shared a post from @wilyfit_8 – believed to be the midfielder’s personal trainer – of a man sat down in a bedroom with an Arsenal badge located on the floor next to him.
This might not mean too much – but given recent transfer rumours, it’s enough for Arsenal fans to get excited, as you can see from the reaction above.
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However, the Gunners could face some stern competition for Bissouma, should they pursue a deal, with Liverpool reportedly keen on the 24-year-old’s services with Gini Wijnaldum expected to depart when his contract expires soon.
The Mali international played all but two of Brighton’s Premier League games last season – scoring the one goal in the process, but once again showing his potential.