Arsenal News: Premier League giants urged to sign French star after his heroics

Pavard had a decent season with Vfb Stuttgart in Germany.

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Arsenal have been linked with numerous names this Summer and it also seems that the North London club is really stepping up in their transfer targets this summer compared to the past windows. And now another player is being urged to sign by the Arsenal fans, that specially came from Arsenal Fan TV broadcaster Robbie Lyle.

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Benjamin Pavard scored a stunning goal yesterday in France’s win over Argentina, and the right back also put up a solid show defensively. And Arsenal supporter Robbie Lyle has urged his club to sign him up. The 22 year old defender undoubtedly scored the goal of the match that helped France to edge past Lionel Messi’s Argentina in a seven goal thriller.

And Gunners supporter Lyle believes Arsenal should bring Pavard to the Emirates as the player is ready to step up.

“Arsenal have been linked with him, he’s at Stuttgart,” he said on Arsenal FanTV.

“Brilliant goal by him yesterday but not only that, he was brilliant in defence playing as a right-back and actually for his club he plays as a centre-back so you can see that he can play more than one position.”

The fact that he is young and his traits along with good defensive mentality will be a perfect fit for the Gunners, according to Lyle.

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“Arsenal have been linked with him and from what I’ve seen of him so far in the tournament, he looks a very, very good player. Obviously now after scoring that goal yesterday, his price has gone up again but for me he would be a great pick for Arsenal to bring in in that defence,” he added.

The Gunners do have Hector Bellerin as the right back from last season while they signed Switzerland right back Stephan Lichtsteiner after his contract expired with Juventus. Pavard, who also plays predominantly as centre back fo his club Vfb Stuttgart, can be a good signing for the Premier League side and it has to be seen whether the urge creates any new movement.

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