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Premier League legend says £110million Arsenal target could complete move to the English Premier League

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Premier League legend David Ginola says Monaco striker Kylian Mbappe could decide to leave the club to make a move to Spain or England.

The youngster is a target for Real Madrid, Barcelona and Paris-Germain with the Gunners already making a bid that was rejected by Monaco.

"Mbappe has everything, already, at a very young age... and I think the best is yet to come," Ginola told talkSPORT.

"There have been instances in the past with Anthony Martial moving to Manchester United [from Monaco] and honestly, staying another season at Monaco will probably be a good thing for him, just for him to settle at the top level a little bit more.

"Sometimes you see young players leaving their home to go somewhere bigger and they didn't succeed because it's too complicated and it's too much pressure.

"Kylian Mbappe seems to have the right people around him. His dad and his agent are good advisors, so I guess he's going to make the right choice.

"But the thing is, when there is so much money on the table it's not only about you, the club would be thinking twice about it.

"Apparently they [Monaco] want to put a lot of money on the table to keep him for another year, so we have to wait and see.

"It's [Monaco is] a great city to live, but it's not the biggest stadium around and a player like him would have interest in playing for Real Madrid or in the Premier League – for big clubs in big competitions.

"Monaco won the league this season and they did great in the Champions League, but Mbappe has so many opportunities in front of him.

"It will be a question of choice and he just had to make sure he makes the right one."

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