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Arsenal back in for Feyenoord midfielder Orkun Kokcu?

Arsenal back in for Feyenoord's Orkun Kokcu?
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Feyenoord have reportedly slashed their valuation of Arsenal target Orkun Kokcu from £23m to £10m to help ease their financial concerns.

Arsenal are reportedly back in the mix to sign Orkun Kokcu after Feyenoord agreed to lower their asking price for the midfielder.

The Gunners were previously linked with the Turkey international last summer, but are believed to have been put off by his £23m valuation.

Spanish outlet La Razon suggests that the 20-year-old could now be available for as little as £10m, however, as Feyenoord need to ease their financial problems.

Kokcu is therefore rumoured to be on Arsenal's radar ahead of the summer transfer window, while fellow Premier League sides Leicester City and Leeds United are also credited with an interest, as are La Liga club Sevilla.

Former Netherlands age-grade international Kokcu has two goals and an assist in 22 Eredivisie and Europa League games this season.

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