The English Premier League is one of the most competitive rival league in the globe has some big players playing their trade, fighting for wonder. So it does not come as a shock when a potential star in the making is wanted by more than one club in the opposition. One such player who is wanted by an almost every Premier league clubs is As Monaco forward Kylian Mbappe.

The 18-year-old France U19 international is among the stunning rising stars in Europe at the moment. His most recent game in the League 1 yielded him a hat-trick, making him the strongest player to score hat-trick in the French league since 2005. For his age, he has already got more than the former Arsenal forward Thierry Henry and is now wanted by 2 of the top clubs in the Premier League.

Known for his open approach to the game, Mbappe likes to dribble past opponents and is one of the toughest guys to follow in one-on-one conditions in danger areas. He is also important with his finishing and is a player with huge potential. Arsenal Arsene Wenger has been following him for a while and is lastly ready to move for him but bound to face keen competition from London arch rival, Tottenham’s manager Mauricio Pochettino in the race for his signature. So where will Mbappe do well? At White Hart Lane or at The Emirates?

Pochettino is a coach who is presently taking care of the youngest team in the competition and he is sure to provide Mbappe plenty of option to prove himself. Harry Kane is the primary choice striker at the club presently and Vincent Janssen is being deployed as his cover.

Though, the Argentine boss might yet look to boost his attacking options with new bloods, Mbappe will fit in those plans, at least for the cup games. Moving to England at his age, it’s not certain he would be playing every week but can act as a substitute to one of the danger finishers in the League.

On the other hand, at the Emirates, Arsene Wenger is desperate to include a superstar striker to his squad and will not settle for the 17-year-old. He has also got Olivier Giroud (star striker) to sign a contract extension while Lucas Perez and Danny Welbeck will also be fighting for this position. Alexis Sanchez has been the most stunning striker for the Gunners and is another option, leaving Mbappe with pretty playing time even in the local competitions.

The Frenchman is a perfect manager and will provide his compatriot chances to prove himself but at the moment, a move to the north London rival club is the top option between the 2 for the upcoming star. In your opinion, do you think Tottenham Hotspur or Arsenal is a better place for Kylian Mbappe this summer?