Defender sends fans message after Arsenal transfer deal announced, Arsenal have whopping €106 Million offer accepted, Juve star pushing for Arsenal move
Kolasinac issues message, Arsenal have Vlahovic offer accepted and Melo keen on Arsenal move in Arsenal roundup…
Sead Kolasinac has completed his move to Marseille and admits that his Arsenal career ‘hasn’t been easy sometimes’
The 28-year-old arrived at Arsenal from Schalke in 2017 and would make 118 appearances in all competitions in total, but fell well down the pecking order under current boss Mikel Arteta
But now he has left the club after sealing a move to Marseille and he has taken to Instagram to send a message to the Gunners fans and his former club, claiming, it hasnt been easy sometimes’
A statement on Arsenal’s website on Tuesday confirmed that Kolasinac had left the club by mutual consent, with the Gunners stating: ‘Everyone at Arsenal would like to thank Sead for his contribution to the club since he joined us in 2017 and wish him all the best for his future.’
‘Thank you Gunners, for the past years – even though it hasn’t been easy sometimes,’ Kolasinac wrote on Instagram. ‘I always tried my best to give you my all. Also – thanks to all staff members and everyone else who was involved.
‘Thank you – to all my teammates at Colney who have been great companions and supporters throughout my career.’
there has been alot of talk that Arsenal do not have the squad members to play Premier League matches, yet they are letting players leave the club, It doesnt make sense.
But Saed needed to leave the Emirates for the sake of his career as he was not going to get the game time he desired, so this is a good move.
But considering Mikel Arteta has been complaining about the lack of players that he has right now, this is a very strange decision to let the defender leave
But good luck to him and fans will surely wish him the best
Fiorentina have accepted an offer from Arsenal totalling a whopping €106 Million for the permanent signature of Dusan Vlahovic, reports in Italy have claimed
With many reports in the media suggesting that Mikel Arteta is keen on a new striker, there has been alot of rumours in the media suggesting that Vlahovic is the Gunners number one transfer target.
The big man is one of the most highly-rated strikers in Europe right now after taking Seria A by storm, and recent reports have suggested that the Gunners are ready to pay big money to wrap up a transfer deal
Now according to a supposed exclusive for OK Calcio Mercato, Arsenal have struck a deal with La Viola for his signature.
They claim that Arsenal will pay an initial fee of €80 Million up front, with another €26 Million in potential add-ons and bonuses, although there is no mention as to whether Lucas Torreira will be used as part of that initial fee or not.
There has been alot said about Aubameyang, but Arsenal made the mistake giving him that massive contract as they can no longer get him off the books, nobody wants to pay his massive wages.
Vlahovic is a very good striker that still has alot to prove in the game, but he is scoring for run and is a top striker, so he could be a man that can lead Arsenal back to the top.
If the reports are true and Arsenal are closing in on a transfer deal, fans will want the announcement to be soon as the longer it drags on, the more it is unlikely that a deal will happen
But for now, fans will be getting a little excited about a possible transfer deal, and they should be. Vlahovic is a class striker
Juventus midfielder Arthur is pushing for a move to Arsenal with talks over a possible deal continuing
Mikel Arteta has made it clear that he wants to strengthen his midfield options before the end of the January transfer window, and that has led to many reports linking the Gunners with a number of potential signings.
But according to RMC Sport, Arsenal’s ‘priority’ is to secure a loan deal with Juventus for Arthur.
Arthur, whose contract with Juventus runs until 2025, has started just three games in Serie A this season and he is eager to get some more game time at this stage of his career.
The report claims that ‘negotiations are advanced’ between Arsenal and Juventus to sign the Brazilian on a temporary deal for the remainder of the season.
Now, according to Calciomercato, The Gunners are short on options in their engine room and want to bring the Brazil international in on an initial loan agreement, and Melo is pushing for a move to the Emirates
Mikel Arteta acknowledged that the market is ‘very difficult’: ‘What I really want this month is that we have as many players as possible fit and healthy and that we do the best and maximum with those players,’ said the Arsenal manager.
‘After we have a strategy of how we want to evolve and improve the team, and whenever that is possible we are going to try to do it.
‘We all know that this market is extremely difficult.’
The problem with Arsenal and signing players is that they take far too long to get potential transfer deals done, or they do not want to pay the amount it would take to get deals done.
Artur is a decent player that will add to the squad until the end of the season, but as we said, it comes down to the board and if they are prepared to spend money this month, or wait it out and hope that Arteta can keep producing the results it would take to get back into the top four spots.