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Yannick Carrasco Open To Move Back To Europe, Arsenal On Red Alert

Yannick Carrasco Open To Move Back To Europe, Arsenal On Red Alert

Carrasco has always been linked with a move to the Premier League - and to Arsenal in particular - and he stated during the interview that while the English game is more physical than LaLiga, he is capable of handling it.

Premier League giants Arsenal have reportedly agreed terms to sign Belgian midfielder Yannick Carrasco this summer.

He was linked with a move to Arsenal as well as Inter and AC Milan in January, however, the move failed to materialise and he has since been joined at Dalian by former Napoli captain Marek Hamsik.

Arsenal are reportedly closing in on their first signing of the summer, with Belgian worldwide Yannick Carrasco set to join from CSL outfit Dalian Yifang.

It is a tough question for Unai Emery, who wants to bring in a new winger to bolster his squad, but also knows he has to get the right type of player and character with his transfer budget thought to be limited.

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A deal worth £22m is said to have been finalised with Chinese side Dalian Yifang but the move needs to be rubber stamped by the club's president before an official announcement is made.

Carrasco is also capable of playing as a wing-back, which would be useful for Emery is he persists with playing three at the back.

"I want to go back to Europe", Carrasco told Belgian publication Nieuwsblad recently.

Speaking earlier this year, he told the Sun: "There was interest from Arsenal and I had a lot of teams in January giving me the chance to go back to Europe, but here the president said it was hard to go then".

'I am aware that I am an important player for the team but I hope they let me leave. Also on the field, where I had to take more responsibility.