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Arsenal defender Konstantinos Mavropanos is on the radar of Bundesliga top clubs. Mavropanos, 22, is currently on-loan at Nuremberg and his impressive form this season has caught the eye of several clubs in Germany.
According to a report from Goal, five Bundesliga clubs have made contact with the players' representatives regarding a potential summer transfer. The defender has been able to adapt to German football displaying a mix of pace and quality on the ball.

The Greece international is said to be unsure about his future and is open to making a permanent switch to Germany. Arsenal insiders claim that Mavropanos is rated highly in London, but the club could sell at the right price.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta is said to be keen on strengthening the club in the summer and a number of players could be sold to make way for new signings.

Mavropanos is young and has potential. Arsenal could decide to cash-in on the defender. The Gunners are currently said to be willing to sell the likes of Sokratis and Mustafi as part of their summer clearout.
It is increasingly likely that Movropanos future will be settled in the summer.
The Gunners youngster is also attracting interest from Serie A. Lazio and Torino have shown their interest in the player. According to a report from Italy, capital-based club Lazio who have also shown interest in Man Utd on loan defender Chris Smalling. Lazio believed the deal to sign Smalling might be complicated and they have made Mavropanos their alternative.

Meanwhile, Lazio will listen to offers for Real Madrid target Sergej Milinkovic Savic at the end of the season according to a report. The club will use the fund from the sale of Savic to strengthen the side ahead of a busy 2020/2022 season.

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