Three of the top Premier League teams are reportedly interested in signing Leeds United attacker Wilfried Gnonto.
Even though the young player at FC Zurich had yet to establish himself as a senior player, the signing of Gnonto by the Yorkshire giants in September was seen as a coup.
Since relocating to Elland Road, the 19-year-old has established himself as a key player, with 12 starts, two goals, three assists, and four substitutions in the Premier League.
Gnonto has provided two of those assists in back-to-back games, helping Leeds earn four points against Brighton & Hove Albion and Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The sale of the now-eight-cap Italian international would be inevitable should Leeds fail to stay in England’s top division. Regardless of how the rest of the season goes, Leeds may have to fend off interest in signing him.
Premier League’s top teams: Arsenal, Manchester City, and Chelsea, are watching any developments about the prospect’s future.
Leeds is currently in a strong position concerning his future, given that his contract still has more than four years left.
But, Leeds would have the chance to significantly increase their profit on the amount they allegedly paid less than a year ago, which was in the neighborhood of £10.5 million.
To compete with Gabriel Martinelli on the left flank, Arsenal may be searching for a new wide player, giving Mikel Arteta the option to play the Brazilian up the middle if necessary.
Kaoru Mitoma of Brighton & Hove Albion has previously been associated with Manchester City, indicating that they are trying to bolster that part of the field.
Christian Pulisic and Hakim Ziyech may leave Chelsea this summer, which might open the door for the addition of another young player to the final third.
Therefore, Gnonto might go to any clubs interested and add more wings to his fledgling career.