Arsenal target M’Baye Niang could be back on the market in the summer, according to many reports which are circling.
The AC Milan striker has been on loan at Montpellier this season but the Ligue 1 side has revealed that they cannot afford to sign the forward on a permanent deal and he is set to return to the Italians.
Montpellier President Louis Nicollin has warned Milan that they are pricing themselves out of a deal, which could alert the likes of Arsenal.
As quoted on the TalkSport website, he said: “We will meet with Milan to talk about Niang because he is too expensive.”
However, he is unlikely to make any impact at Milan and they know Gunners boss Arsene Wenger is ready to hand over a hefty amount of money to get a deal done