Monaco star turned down Arsenal after meeting with Arsene Wenger

Posted March 30, 2017

Tiemoue Bakayoko's brother has indicated the Monaco midfielder would love the chance to sign for Ligue 1 title rivals Paris Saint-Germain.

According to France Football, Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger met Bakayoko in a Paris hotel a year ago to discuss a potential move to London, but it is now Premier League rivals Chelsea who lead the chase.

But Bakayoko, whose Monaco team beat Manchester City in March to reach the Champions League quarterfinals, reportedly wants to play in the same competition next season.

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Recent reports indicated that the Frenchman had agreed terms with Chelsea ahead of a summer move, but the Manchester Evening News understands that's not the case.

A source told the MEN: "Tiemoue is listening to some clubs from England, including Manchester United, but there is nothing concrete right now".

It's claimed that Bakayoko would be interested in joining United in order to work with manager Jose Mourinho, but he would only consider the move if United secure Champions League football for next season.

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"We've talked about it because Tiemoue is Parisian, ' his agent, and brother, told RMC".

Bakayoko has been turning heads with his displays for the principality outfit and Premier League leaders Chelsea are thought to be keen on the 22-year-old. If they offer me that, I do not see why I would refuse'.

"But he said, "I have time".

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'When he was young, he wanted to go to PSG.