Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has indicated that Arsenal have made the right decision by promoting Edu Gaspar. Edu Gaspar has also shown his commitment to the Gunners.
Hence, the Gunners fans are having a perfect season this year. However, they will hope that they have a better second half of the season.
TRANSFER EXPERT SHARES DETAILS ABOUT THE DECISION MADE MY ARSENAL
Arsenal made the decision to make Edu Gaspar their first-ever sporting director. Many fans were surprised by the speed of promoting him from technical to the sporting director. Hence, transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has shared some exclusive details about the appointment. The details clearly indicate that owners and Mikel Arteta value Edu Gaspar at the club.
Fabrizio Romano in his tweet has said that 3 clubs were interested in signing him. However, he was happy to stay at Arsenal. Hence, negotiations for making him a sporting director were smooth. Therefore, he will have to deal with the fast-paced January transfer window. Edu Gaspar will also have the duty to become the bridge of communication between the manager and the owners.
THE INTERESTED CLUBS COULD HAVE EASILY POACHED EDU GASPER
Arsenal have made Edu Gaspar a member of the first team by promoting him. Hence, the interested clubs will have to now pay a mega price to poach him. However, they would have poached him easily as a technical director. This is because he would be a member of the staff and not the first team. Hence, it looks like the Gunners are making masterstroke decisions this season.
Edu Gaspar will now hope that he and Mikel Arteta can help Arsenal can continue to mount a title challenge in the second half of the season. Whereas, the fans will hope that the Gunners can sign Mykhaylo Mudryk in the January transfer window. They will also hope that Edu can again find a diamond in the Brazilian market like Gabriel Martinelli.
Arsenal will hope that their good form continues. This is because, after a long time, someone has taken the title challenge to Manchester City. They will also hope that all of their players in the World Cup arrive without any major injuries that might hamper their season.
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