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"They are destroying his dreams" - Agent fumes at club's decision not to sell winger to Arsenal

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RB Leipzig's decision not to sell Emil Forsberg to Arsenal or Milan has enraged his agent Hasan Cetinkaya.

Recent reports have claimed that the winger is ready to leave Germany this summer but chief executive Oliver Mintzlaff declared that it would be irresponsible for RB Leipzig to allow him to leave.

The 25-year-old enjoyed a very positive campaign in the Bundesliga where he scored eight goals and provided 19 assists for his side.

Arsenal and Milan have both been heavily linked with a move for the Swede.

"I and Emil have always accepted the club and the contracts with them," he is quoted as saying by Inside Futbol.

"When Emil went there, the ambition was to take the team to the Bundesliga and then the Champions League.

"He has been involved with them all the way and broke records in their shirt.

"Both me and Emil have spoken to the club about his ambition, his future and his dreams.

"They didn't buy him for €15m, but for €3m and he signed a new contract and paid them back ten times.

"They will have to live with the fact that they are destroying his dreams."

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