Yunus Musah insists he has not ruled a out a return to Arsenal despite being ‘really happy’ at Valencia.
The Gunners academy graduate joined Valencia in 2019 after a seven-year spell at the Emirates, having joined Arsenal’s youth ranks at the age of nine.
Musah, 19, has emerged a regular fixture in Valencia’s line-up this campaign and is on course to earn a call-up for USA at the World Cup this month.
The midfielder is believed to have a €100million (£87m) release clause attached to his current deal at Valencia, which expires in June 2026.
Arsenal, Liverpool and Juventus have each expressed interest in Musah, who urged that he is enjoying life at the Mestalla Stadium.
When asked whether he would consider a possible return to north London, Musah told CBS Sports: ‘You never know.
‘I had a great time at Arsenal developing there, I still have friends there, the coaches were great, being an Arsenal player in general is great.
‘I loved playing for Arsenal. I’ve nothing against the club and if one day it turns out to be that it’s time to go back then it’s possible.
‘For now I’m really happy at Valencia and I’m looking forward to carrying this season on in the same way we’re doing now.’