Arsenal is reportedly monitoring Corinthians teenager Gabriel Moscardo, but faces competition for his signature. The 18-year-old Brazilian attracted serious interest from Chelsea in the summer, but he opted to stay with Corinthians, feeling it was too early to make a move.
As Moscardo continues to impress with his performances, more clubs have entered the race for his signature. While Arsenal is keen on adding him to their squad, a report from ESPN Brazil suggests that Paris Saint-Germain has joined the race, posing a potential challenge for the Gunners.
PSG, being one of the top clubs in Europe with substantial financial resources, could present a formidable alternative for Moscardo. The report highlights that PSG, under manager Luis Enrique, has a track record of trusting young players with first-team opportunities, which may influence Moscardo’s decision in favour of the Parisian club over a move to Arsenal.
Moscardo is spoilt for choice now and we have to present the best offer to win the race for his signature.
He would want to join a club that can hand him first-team chances immediately. Can we do that?
If we cannot, it becomes tricky to convince him to join us in North London.
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