Thursday, 28th July, 2011

Arsenal and Manchester United are believed to be keeping an eye on Dundee United striker David Goodwillie.

The forward is attracting huge interest this summer, with Dundee United having already turned down a bid of £1.6M for the 22-year-old. The Terrors are thought to want £2M to do a deal.

But it is the presence of scouts from Arsenal and Manchester United at several of Dundee United’s games that is proving intriguing.



At present Rangers and Blackpool have been leading the chase for the striker, but should either Arsenal or United make any concrete move, Goodwillie would surely jump at the opportunity to join an English Premier League giant.

Dundee United remain adamant that Goodwillie will not leave though unless their asking price is met.

"First and foremost, he’ll not be going anywhere unless someone puts money on the table", Dundee United boss Peter Houston told BBC Scotland.


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