Wolves, Leeds United and Arsenal linked with French star transfer

Wolverhampton Wanderers have been linked with a transfer from Dijon winger Mounir Chouiar.

According to the French point of sale The team , Wolves’ Premier League rivals Leeds United and Arsenal also love the France Under-19 international.

Dijon, of the highest French level, has signed Roger Assale and former Manchester City winger Bersant Celina and could therefore allow Chouiar to come out.

Dijon will play its third game of the season against Stade Brest tomorrow and it is reported that he could miss the game amid Wolves “strong interest”.

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Chouiar was signed a year ago from RC Lens and scored four goals and recorded the same number of assists in 24 appearances for Dijon last season.

He played their first two games this season – both losses – and failed to score or help in either.

L’Equipe claim that a transfer could cost between 15 and 20 million euros and that Lens would be entitled to 20% of the transfer fees collected by Dijon.

If Chouiar moved on, it would eclipse the 10 million euros recovered for Lois Diony, who moved to Saint-Etienne in 2017.

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