Dzeko open to leaving City at the end of the season.
Arsenal remain interested in Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko, according to the Daily Express, with the man himself claiming his future is ‘open’ this summer.
The Bosnian striker has only really impressed in fits and starts since moving to the Etihad Stadium from Bundesliga side Wolsburg in 2011, though he remains on the radar of a number of top clubs around Europe.
It was thought for a while that he could join Napoli as part of a deal to bring star striker Edinson Cavani to Manchester City this summer, but Arsenal are also being mentioned as looking at the 27-year-old.
The Gunners were linked with Dzeko when he was at Wolsburg, though City’s big-money offer was enough to lure off other bidders. However, he is no longer part of Roberto Mancini’s plans at the club, with the Italian coach looking at other options to add to his forward line.
Juventus have also shown an interest in Dzeko, and he admitted that his future is somewhat up in the air at the moment, responding to questions about a potential move with: “We will see. Everything is open.”
A return to the Bundesliga has also been mooted, with Borussia Dortmund on the lookout for a replacement for Robert Lewandowski, who is likely to leave the club this summer for Bayern Munich.