Arsenal are one of many groups being linked to Julian Brandt, who has a surprisingly low launch clause.
Low launch clause
German outlet Kicker revealed on Monday that Bayer Leverkusen winger Julian Brandt has a ridiculously low launch clause of simply €25 million.
Brandt signed a brand new deal within the spring that elevated his launch clause from €12 million to €25 million. Regardless of his launch clause greater than doubling, that value would nonetheless present super worth in at present’s market.
Leverkusen’s sporting director Simon Rolfes believes that Brandt can nonetheless develop on the membership and is assured the German worldwide will keep.
“We’re assured that Brandt will stay right here,” Rolfes mentioned. Brandt’s present contract runs till 2022.
In nice type
The 22-year-old, who has already made 200 appearances for his membership, may very well be able to make the step as much as the Premier League in the summertime.
Brandt has 7 targets and 10 assists in 32 appearances this season and has been one among Leverkusen’s stand out gamers within the Bundesliga. Brandt acquired an help in Leverkusen’s Three-2 defeat at Dortmund on the weekend.
Brandt made his first-team debut at 17 and has since gone on to win 23 caps for the German nationwide aspect.
Arsenal’s want for a winger, notably on the left, has been evident this season. Pierre-Emerick Aubamyeang and Alex Iwobi have stuffed in there most frequently however the Gunners presently lack a extra pure winger within the squad.
Unai Emery reportedly has simply £40 million to spend in the summertime, so cut price’s like this one could be proper up his alley.
With Brandt’s launch clause confirmed to be so low, Arsenal are more likely to face stiff competitors for his signature from plenty of prime membership’s in Europe.
Brandt has been linked with Liverpool up to now, however the Reds are presently nicely stocked on gamers in that place.
Objectives for Kevin Volland and Jonathan Tah and assists for Kai Havertz and Julian Brandt in #BVBB04 over the weekend! pic.twitter.com/mozgAI80Sd
— Bayer 04 Leverkusen (@bayer04_en) February 26, 2019