Dynamo Kiev defender Aleksandar Dragovic has claimed that he could get in to either the Arsenal or Manchester United teams and still have room for improvement, reports the Metro.
The centre-back has been interesting both clubs according to the report, and has apparently been rated at £15 million by his club. Arsene Wenger even had the player watched during Dynamo’s recent Europa League tie with Everton, during which the Ukrainian side conceded four goals.
The Red Devils have the third best defence in the Premier League this season, but that is mostly down to the incredible form of goalkeeper David De Gea. Meanwhile the Gunners have a less impressive back line on paper, averaging over a goal a game against them in the top flight. So either team could well be helped by the addition of Dragovic, especially if the 24-year-old stays as confident as he sounds here.
The Austrian said: “I would be lying if I said it is not something buzzing around in the back of my head. Such a thing I cannot leave cold. But as long as no concrete offer is on the table, I do not need to deal with it in more detail.
“I dare to say that I could be in each team (Arsenal and United) and at the same time have a lot of room for improvement. That gives me courage.”