Riyad Mahrez of Leicester city is blatantly up for grabs to clubs that are in need of the left footed Algerian winger’s services.

Less than 24 hours ago, the Foxes player openly declared his interest of leaving the club, since Arsene Wenger’s always admired Riyad, the Gunners could sacrifice money to meet the £40m price tag on the player who joined Leicester from French side Le Havre for £400,000 in 2014.

In his statement, Riyad said, they had a meaningful discussion with the club chairman after lifting the English Premier League.

They agreed for him to stay one more season to help the club accomplish its dreams and manage the responsibility of playing both domestic and European competition.

Considering the fact that the previous Premier League Champions underperformed in the recently concluded competitions, Riyad has come out to openly in his own words to say;

“Out of the huge admiration and respect I hold for Leicester I wanted to be totally honest and transparent. I have informed the club that I feel now is the time for me to move on.”

Today, Arsene Wenger was given a £16m two year managerial role after the French tactician convinced the board of his capabilities.

The Gunner’s boss could go for Mahrez given the fact that Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil are running out of contract.

Both Sanchez and Ozil are all left with approximately a year on their contract, and none has signed showed desire for renewal although the Club is willingly to offer them what it take to retain the pair.

Although the presence of the Chilean forward and German midfielder in the pitch add unique irreplaceable value, signing of Riyad could be a good ingredient to the North London club as Riyad style of play is admirable and result producing.


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