Croatia winger Ante Rebic should lean towards Arsenal if there is a tug-of-war for his signature between the Gunners and North London rivals Tottenham Hotspur.
The left winger, who has earned 21 caps for his country, has scored once in his five outings at the tournament in Russia.
Both Arsenal and Spurs are looking to bolster their attacking options in wide areas, and it seems that Rebic has intrigued both clubs.
Last season, the winger, who can also play up top or as a secondary striker, scored nine goals and created three assists in 28 appearances in all competitions.
Rebic would suit either of the North London teams in terms of his quality and attributes, but Arsenal would probably be the better option for the 24-year-old.
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Tottenham may be on an upward trajectory with regards to the club’s improvement as they have finished above Arsenal in the Premier League in the last two seasons on the trot.
However, the Gunners have begun a fresh era under new manager Unai Emery, and Rebic is more likely to get regular game time at the Emirates.
Tottenham already have decent options on the wing, which suggests that any new signing will have to share duties.
At Arsenal it’s a different story, but the one thing potentially holding them back from getting a deal done would be price.