A report declares that Arsenal were preparing to move for Kevin Volland in January, just for Mikel Arteta to obstruct an offer when taking control of as manager.
Arsenal apparently ended their interest in Bayer Leverkusen forward Kevin Volland due to issues raised by boss Mikel Arteta
The Gunners were rumoured to be keeping an eye on the 27- year-old ahead of the January transfer window.
ESPN declares that Arteta informed Arsenal to look somewhere else after changing Unai Emery as manager in December, however, as he felt other locations required prioritising.
Volland, who can play left wing or through the middle, has actually scored 9 goals and established 7 more in 22 Bundesliga appearances this season.
Arteta might be required to look for a new attacker when the transfer window opens as speculation continues to grow over the futures of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette
Arsenal were ninth in the Premier League at the time of the season being given a stop by the coronavirus pandemic.