Arsenal can sign Brazilian for £50M – Rivals ‘may be forced’ into doing summer business

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Will Luiz leave Villa?

The likes of Arsenal have been told they will have to pay £50 million to sign Douglas Luiz from Aston Villa this summer window.

The midfielder has been one of Unai Emery’s unsung heroes this term, scoring seven goals and contributing seven assists in all competitions.

While striker Ollie Watkins has captured the headlines, Luiz has played a key role in Villa’s success in the Premier League this term, helping the side get Champions League football for next season

Luiz was heavily linked with a move to ARSENAL last year and according to many reports in the media over the past few months, he is still a player that Mikel Arteta would love to add to his squad.

Football Insider claim the Gunners are working hard behind the scenes to sign the Brazilian, but his club Aston Villa are in no rush to sell their talisman who signed a new contract last season.

Having secured qualification for next season’s Champions League, Villa’s finances have been boosted but the club might need to offset new signings by player sales to comply with the Premier League’s profit and sustainability rules.

The Premier League clubs who are under pressure to meet the Premier League’s financial rules will need to sell players before the deadline on June 30.

But reports on the Sky Sports website have claimed that Teams will have to pay £50 million in order to sign the midfielder in the summer window.

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Look, Luiz will not want to leave Villa – he wants to stay and play Champions League football, so this will come as a massive surprise to see that he is linked with a move away from the club.

But ARSENAL are probably the only club that could tempt him into a move away from Villa right now.


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