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11/05/2019 - 12:24 BST

Gives Me Pleasure – Arsenal and Man City Target Welcomes Marseille Interest


Arsenal and Manchester City linked defender Kenny Lala has conceded that he feels happy to hear that Marseille are interested in signing him.

The Strasbourg full-back’s future has been under consideration since January and he has been linked with a move away from the club ahead of the rapidly approaching summer transfer window as well.


There are several clubs in the Premier League who have been keeping tabs on him, and Arsenal and Manchester City are believed to be interested in getting their hands on Lala.

The defender also has suitors in Ligue 1 and Marseille are keen on trying to sign Lala during the summer transfer window.


The full-back admits that he feels pleased to hear that clubs such as Marseille are interested in signing him this summer as that means his hard work is being noticed.

“It gives me pleasure to hear that Marseille are interested in me”, Lala was quoted as saying by French magazine Le 10 Sport.

“They are a big club anyway.


“This is where I realise that hard work pays off.”

Lala recently signed a new contract and his current deal runs until 2021, but it remains to be seen if Strasbourg will be able to keep hold of him.