Gnabry joined Arsenal for Stuttgart in 2011 as a youngster.
However, his time in north London did not exactly go to loan. The German endured a number of loan spells whilst making just 18 appearances for Arsenal’s senior side.
He was then sold to Werder Bremen in 2016 before joining Bayern Munich a year late.
During his time in Munich, the 27-year-old has scored 81 and assisted 51 in 218 outings whilst winning a number of league titles and the Champions League in 2020.
However, speculation over the last week has suggested that Bayern are willing to part with the German and Arsenal have been touted as a potential destination.
Those rumours are likely to be further fuelled after Gnabry’s recent comments. Speaking live from the Spanish Formula 1 grand prix on Sunday, Gnabry admitted he had been rooting for his former team all season after seeing them come up short against Manchester City:
“Yes of course. I think there’s the saying ‘once a Gunner always a Gunner’ so course, I was rooting for them and hoping and I think they had a very good season,” Gnabry said.