Emirates Stadium side line up youngster bid.
Russia’s Euro 2012 star Alan Dzagoev has opened the door to a potential move to Arsenal this summer by admitted he is ready to leave CSKA Moscow.
Despite Russia’s shock demise from the tournament on Saturday night, Dzagoev has emerged as one of Euro 2012’s leading lights with three goals in as many games.
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The Daily Star values Dzagoev as £13m and that’s a fair price that Arsene Wenger would surely be more than willing to invest in the 22 year Russian attacker who showed great potential at Euro 2012 despite his country bowing out at the first hurdle.
Having already snapped up Lukas Podolski, who netted for Germany against Denmark on his 100th appearance and seemingly completed a deal to sign French striker Olivier Giroud according to the BBC the possible capture of Alan Dzagoev would complete a very welcome hat-trick of Euro 2012 stars who would add a great deal of much needed quality to a Gunners squad who has fallen some way off the Premier League title chase pace.
The CSKA Moscow man netted three goals in the opening two fixtures for Russia and is considered one of the hottest prospects in Europe. The pint sized attacking midfielder has apparently made it clear he wants to leave Moscow and would surely jump at the chance of a move to the Emirates Stadium this summer.