The defender will be discussing his future in recent weeks
Arsenal are expected to bolster their squad this summer after an underwhelming Premier League campaign this season. They have finished 6th in the league and will miss the Champions League next season.
One of the main priorities of the Gunners is to overhaul their defense in the summer transfer window. Laurent Koscielny is out for six months, Per Mertesacker has retired and Shkodran Mustafi has had a difficult season.
Unai Emery has been appointed as the new manager of the club and is expected strengthen the squad for next season. It is believed he has been given a transfer budget of £50 million.
Freigburg defender Caglar Soyuncu has emerged as one of the top targets for the London club and there have been speculations regarding a move ahead of the arrival of former PSG boss.
The centre-back has impressed in the Bundesliga this season and has been particularly praised for his ability on the ball. He has made 30 appearances for the club in all competitions this season.
Earlier in May, the 22 year old’s former club President even claimed that he has reached an agreement with the Premier League giants but later it was rubbished.
The Turkey International insisted that there is yet no deal but is not ruling out a move to Premier Leagu as he claimed Arsenal as one of the most important clubs in England.
He said that he will address his future once he makes an International outing in the World Cup.
Soyuncu told Turkish publication Tumspor: “Arsenal are one of the most important clubs in England.
“I know they’re interested in me, but there’s nothing finalised yet about my transfer.
“After the national team camp we’ll have talks.”