"I once said that I want to go to England and this is still the case:" Wesley Moraes tied up with the move of the Premier League in the Arsenal
- Wesley Moraes reiterated his desire to move into the Premier League this summer
- The Arsenal was linked to a move for Clug Bruges' impressive striker
- Wesley has 14 goals and nine assists to his name this season in all competitions
- In an interview he said that in the future "he would like to go to England"
Wesley Moraes gave a boost to the Arsenal admitting that "he still wants to go to England".
Club Brugge striker has been linked with a transfer to north London as a possible replacement for Danny Welbeck, whose contract expires at the end of the season.
The Sun reports that the Arsenal is tracking the striker because they believe they can provide competition for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette.
Club Brugge Wesley Moraes reiterated his desire to move into the Premier League this summer
The Arsenal was linked with a move to the attacker who scored 14 goals made nine assists
The Brazilian was in exceptional shape this season, scoring as many as 14 goals and adding another nine assists in all competitions.
And speaking at an interview with the Belgian newspaper Het Belang van Limburg, the 22-year-old left the door wide open for the Gunners to fall for him this summer.
He said: "I have read all those names. Obviously it is completely different to go to China than to another European country.
& # 39; I don't know what I want, I don't want to exclude anything.
& # 39; I know I once said that I want to go to England and this is still the case.
& # 39; I've always followed the Premier League closely. But I'm certainly also open to other championships ".
Wesley has scored two goals for the Belgian team against Monaco in the Champions League this season
Wesley moved to Belgium from the Slovak club AS Trencin in January 2016 for just £ 900,000 and would have made a huge profit if he had been whipped in the Premier League, Serie A or La Liga.
He played a leading role for Bruges in this season's Champions League, scoring two goals against Monaco while the Belgian club took third place at Borussia Dortmund and Atletico Madrid.
The Belgian club finished the regular season in second place and is now fighting for the title in the championship playoffs.