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Arsenal joins Leicester & Aston Villa in a race to sign Celtic's star

Tue 02 March 2021 | 18:58

As Odsonne Edouard enters the last year of his Celtic agreement, he will have no deficiency of offers from around Europe.

Arsenal are among three

Premier League

sides who are observing his circumstance intently, with Leicester City and Aston Villa likewise excited about the on-form French forward, as indicated by the 

Leicester Mercury

The 23-year-old initially joined Celtic as a loanee from Paris Saint-Germain on transfer cutoff time in August 2017, later signed a permanent contract with a club-record expense. 

He has found the net 82 times in 159 games for the Bhoys and won the

Scottish Premiership

title in every one of his initial three seasons at the club. 

The Frenchman yearned to test himself in a more competing league to satisfy his undoubted potential, which saw him in the shortlist for the 2018 Golden Boy grant. 

Brendan Rodgers

was the coach who carried him to Celtic and is sharp for a reunion at Leicester City, who have been dependent on Jamie Vardy's talents for scoring as of late. 

The Gunners are thinking about selling

Alexandre Lacazette

this mid-year and have recognized Edouard as an appropriate substitution. 

He is six years younger than his countryman and has an extraordinary record of 15 goals in 10 matches for France's Under-21s, even though he is still waiting for

Deschamps

to call him for the senior team.

Aston Villa and Roma are likewise eyeing the prolific striker, who ought to be approachable for an expense of £20million as his agreement keeps on running down. 

Celtic were requesting double that sum the previous summer and effectively averted interest from a few clubs.

 

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