According to the Spanish daily Marca, Arsenal have made an enquiry regarding the contract status of Levante’s Ruben Garcia.
Back at the end of May, Garcia himself admitted than a move to Arsenal would be great, saying
Spain has very nice teams and is very historical, but I like to travel and go outside [the country].
Arsenal would be a very nice club and I think it would be great.
And also commented that
Things are being worked on
In regards to his future.
Now it seems as if Arsenal might have responded to Garcia’s advances by getting in touch with his club after scout Francis Cagigao spent some time watching the player.
It is claimed that after watching him, Arsenal have been impressed and are ready to ‘take him to the next level.’
Ruben Garcia, 19, became Levante’s youngest ever scorer in La Liga and has just completed a remarkable season, not just displaying his talent but also his consistency as well.
A left-sided player, he is an attacking player who is not afraid to do his defensive duties.
There is a €10m buy-out clause in his contract which would put him slap bang in the middle of Arsene’s sweet spot when it comes to transfer fees.