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13/11/2018 - 10:08 BST

Arsenal And Dortmund Run Rule Over Young Serie A Centre-Back


Arsenal and Borussia Dortmund have been keeping a close eye on the development of Atalanta centre-back Gianluca Mancini.

The 22-year-old Italian defender has caught the eye of any observes this season with his performances in Serie A at Atalanta, where he has been a regular feature of the team.

His defensive performances have been impressive, but he has also chipped in with goals, scoring three in his last three league appearances.

Serie A giants Inter and Roma have been keeping tabs on his development, but it has been claimed that Mancini is now also attracting interest from abroad.


According to Italian outlet Tutto Mercato, scouts from Arsenal and Dortmund were at the Stadio Atleti Azzurri d'Italia on Sunday to watch Mancini in action against Inter.

Atalanta scored a comfortable 4-1 win against an in-form Inter side and Mancini got on the scoresheet as well as putting in another commanding performance at the heart of their defence.

The young centre-back surely made an impact on the scouts and they are likely to file a positive report with their respective clubs.

It remains to be seen whether any of his watchers are keen enough to make a move in January.