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Joe Willock given transfer alternative as Arsenal weigh up future of midfielder

Monaco have emerged as a potential destination for Arsenal midfielder Joe Willock this summer amid growing speculation surrounding his future. The 21-year-old has been linked with a summer move to Newcastle United, having shone during his loan spell with Steve Bruce's side during the second half of last season. Willock scored eight times in 14 appearances to help steer the Magpies away from relegation and became a key figure within the side. Mikel Arteta had only provided the youngster with a handful of appearances before he headed out on loan and it's understood that the Arsenal academy graduate is considering his future as he aims for regular game time. Willock is faced with an important...
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