ARSENAL ace Reiss Nelson has sparked speculation of a Gunners departure by putting his £3million mansion up for sale.
The winger’s plush pad in Barnet, North London, is up for grabs suggesting the 21-year-old is on the move.
Nelson has been offered a new contract by Arsenal.
But it is said to be with the view to sending him out on loan next season.
The England Under-21 striker has two years left on his current deal but has not broken through under Mikel Arteta.
And CBS Sports’ James Benge claims the Gunners want the Londoner to develop his senior experience elsewhere.
With this seemingly in mind Nelson is flogging his swanky home.
The Georgian-style gaff is discreetly located in an exclusive gated development of just five detached houses.
It’s directly off the hugely desirable Camlet Way in the London suburb of Hadley Wood.
The six-bedroom palace is described as having state-of-the-art contemporary fittings, as well period sash windows and a beautiful oak central staircase.
And with its ‘extensive outdoor space’ it is billed as ‘perfect for family life’.
It is spread over three storeys and has a total floor space of 4,738-square-feet.
The listing also notes: “Two vast loft bedrooms on the top floor could also be utilised to create a home cinema, a gym, an office space or a children’s playroom.”
Hertha Berlin wanted Nelson on loan early in 2020-21 after his impressive temporary spell with Hoffenheim two years earlier.
But he was keen to forge a way into Arteta’s plans as the Spaniard struggled to revive Arsenal.
Now, though, the academy product might have to accept the only way he can progress with the Gunners is to spend time away.
It is claimed German clubs, as well as long-term admirers Olympiacos, are again keen on the Arsenal academy product.
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