Arsenal transfers: Younes Kaboul rules out Gunners move

Arsenal transfers: Younes Kaboul denies reports that he could join north London rivals this summer

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Younes Kaboul has denied speculation suggesting he could be set to leave Tottenham to join north London rivals Arsenal this summer.

Reports in the British media on Wednesday had claimed that the Gunners were weighing up a swoop for the 28-year-old defender as Arsene Wenger looks to bolster his defensive options.

However, the France international took to Twitter later in the day to rubbish claims he could be set for a move to Emirates Stadium.

Kaboul tweeted: “I can confirm 100% that the rumour about me joining Arsenal is not true!!! #coys”

The defender has made eight Premier League appearances for Spurs so far this season.

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