Serge Aurier to Arsenal: Toulouse right-back appears to confirm he is joining the Gunners in YouTube clip
Aurier then retweeted the video on his official Twitter account
Monday 02 June 2014
Serge Aurier has dropped the biggest hint yet that he will sign for Arsenal this summer after being filmed on camera telling a Gunners fan that he will sign for the club.
The Toulouse right-back then retweeted the YouTube clip, entitled 'Serge Aurier tells Arsenal fan he is going to Arsenal' on his official Twitter account.
Watch the video, which Aurier retweeted himself, below...
The 21-year-old has been linked with a move to north London for some time to replace Bacary Sagna, who told the club last week that he wants to move this summer.
Sagna will be leaving after seven years at Arsenal, with Manchester City reportedly leading the race to sign the Frenchman on a free contract.
The Ivory Coast international Aurier is seen the natural successor to Sagna, and has made no secret of his desire to join the FA Cup winners, with the 21-year-old admitting last month that he would not be able to turn a move to Arsenal down.
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