Premier League star ‘fully sold’ on move to Arsenal after agreeing personal terms
Youri Tielemans is ‘fully sold’ on a move to Arsenal after reportedly agreeing personal terms, according to CBS reporter Ben Jacobs.
Tielemans is one of the most gifted midfielders in the Premier League and is a player that has been tipped to make a move to one of the big clubs this transfer window
Both Arsenal and Man United are the two clubs most interested in trying to secure a £25 million transfer deal for the Belgian – especially after learning that he does want to leave Leicester City.
However – recent reports in the media have claimed that Arsenal have already agreed personal terms with the player – roughly around the £120,000-a-week mark – and he is expected to be one of the next players to arrive at the Emirates
Now – amid all that speculation – CBS reporter Ben Jacobs has come out and told fans that Tielemans is fully sold on the move to Arsenal – Jacobs told GIVEMESPORT: “He’s fully sold on a move to Arsenal, so if Manchester United were to bid for Tielemans, they will only get him if Arsenal decide that’s fine, go ahead and take the player. It’s not really a head-to-head.
“I think that Manchester United’s potential interest in Tielemans, which is still to be stood up, could just catalyse Arsenal to make another bid or may have Arsenal say ‘I’m sorry, but we’re not interested. Go ahead and join Manchester United if you want’.
“But I don’t think that Manchester United can beat Arsenal to Tielemans. It’s not a case of decide between the two.”
Look – at the end of the day – Tielemans is a player that would add some real quality to that Arsenal side – so if they dont get a deal done – it will be a massive mistake
They can afford his wages and can afford the asking price – and the fact he is Premier League proven means he could walk straight into the side
So lets see if all the rumours are true and he is destined for a move to London
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