Arsenal & Leicester named amongst trio of clubs interested in Noa Lang

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Arsenal & Leicester named amongst trio of clubs interested in Noa Lang

A report from Spain has credited both Arsenal and Leicester City with an interest in Noa Lang.

Who is Noa Lang?

After enjoying a loan spell with the club during 2020/21, Noa Lang would sign for Belgian outfit Club Brugge permanently in July of 2021.

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Club Brugge would sign Lang from Dutch powerhouse Ajax, who Lang had spent many of his younger years with, for a fee reported to be around £5.4m.

Despite being on Ajax’s books for many years, the 22-year-old would only feature 14 times for their senior side, scoring four and assisting one.

For Brugge, however, Lang has become a key figure already. During his 2020/21 loan spell, the winger would score 17 goals and provide 11 assists in 38 outings across all competitions, including one goal and one assist in the Champions League.

Now, as a permanent member of Brugge’s squad, the Dutchman has, so far, netted three and assisted four in eight league outings this term.

Lang is a left-winger by trade. However, he is very versatile and can operate both on the right-wing and also as a centre-forward – something he has done a fair bit whilst plying his trade in Belgium.

Arsenal & Leicester named amongst trio of clubs interested in Noa Lang

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta on the touchline during the Premier League match at the Emirates Stadium, London. (Photo by Andy Rain/PA Images via Getty Images)

Arsenal and Leicester City eye Noa Lang

Given his age, versatility and recent goal contribution record, it is not too surprising to see Lang attracting interest from some top clubs.

Lang is currently contracted to Brugge until 2025. Despite this, a report from Spanish outlet Fichajes have credited the trio of Arsenal, Leicester and AC Milan with an interest in the 22-year-old.

The report also provided an insight into Lang’s potential price, which they claim is set at €22m.

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