A trio of Championship clubs are vying to take Serge Gnabry off Arsenal’s hands now that the emergency loan window has opened.
Having prematurely ended the German winger’s loan spell at West Bromwich Albion, Arsene Wenger has said he’s eager for the 20-year-old to see first team action on a short-term basis.
Fulham are the latest side to be linked with a move for Gnabry, who is also wanted by Brighton and Charlton.
Charlton, who recently signed Yaya Sanogo on loan for the rest of the season, are currently bottom of the table and in desperate need of reinforcements.
The Addicks have been credited with rehabilitating the form of both Alex Song and Francis Coquelin in recent years. Both midfielders spent short spells at The Valley before returning to the Emirates and regaining first team places.
The emergency loan period runs until 24 March meaning there’s plenty of time for business to be done.