According to reports, ‘those in charge’ at the North London club see ‘huge potential’ in the winger, making them a strong competitor in any potential bid.
Last week, Bynoe-Gittens signed a contract extension with Borussia Dortmund, effectively tying him to the German club until 2028. This makes the task of negotiating a sale more challenging for Arsenal, along with Chelsea and Newcastle United.
Although he has only made a few appearances for Dortmund’s first team, his potential has already been noted by several Premier League clubs. To complicate matters further for Arsenal, securing Bynoe-Gittens will be an uphill battle not just because of the new contract and increased market value, but also due to strong competition from other clubs.
In his short stint in the Bundesliga and the Champions League, he has already clocked up impressive minutes, although he is yet to find the back of the net.