Arsenal advised to sign Jack Grealish and James Maddison

Kevin Campbell, the former Arsenal manager, made a suggestion to his former club to recruit two young British stars, James Maddison and Jack Grealish. At the same time, he also hopes that the Gunners release Mesut Ozil.

Jack Grealish, 24, has been linked with a number of Premier League giants. Not surprisingly, his performance along with Aston Villa since the beginning of this season deserves thumbs up.

Manchester United is called the player’s main interest. But they never recruited the England midfielder, even though the approach had been taken, there was even an opportunity to recruit him in the January winter transfer window.

The decision of the Red Devils to recruit Bruno Fernandez no doubt opened the way for other clubs to take Jack Grealish. Moreover, there are many enthusiasts in the midfielder, and Arsenal are mentioned as one of them.

Kevin Campbell, who had costumed Arsenal in the Arsene Wenger era, considered that Mesut Ozil was at the end of his golden career. This can be seen from the performance that seems to have declined in recent years.

After all, the former Real Madrid star is also already the age of three heads. For that, according to him, Arsenal must immediately take the decision to release the German Playmaker, then recruit other players who are young and have a bright future like Jack Grealish.

Likewise with James Maddison who performed brilliantly along with Leicester City since last season.

“Arsenal need someone in the middle of the field who is not only able to create something, but can also ruin the game, have speed, we miss that. There is talk that we should go after Jack Grealish or James Maddison. ”

“The type of players like them will develop Arsenal. Without reducing respect, Ozil is on the wrong side of his career with a contract remaining one year after this,” Campbell said.

Perhaps, this advice from Kevin Campbell will be heard by Arsenal management. But the question is, are these two young British stars willing to move closer to the North London Club?

Because, Arsenal cannot provide trophy guarantees, they are even difficult to penetrate the European Champions League.

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