Arsenal will have to reportedly pay 21 million to sign Brazil wonderkid midfielder Danilo. The media have also called him a complete midfielder package.
Hence, the Gunners might make a bid early in the January transfer window. Although, other European teams are also monitoring his situation.
ARSENAL AND DANILO TRANSFER LINKS FULL STORY
According to reports, Arsenal will have to pay 21 million to sign Palmeiras wonderkid midfielder Danilo. The report also claims that the Gunners will make a bid early in the January transfer. It also claims that the player is ready to move to the big leagues. Hence, the transfer market in Brazil is going to hot up with the big teams coming for their wonderkids.
Transfer expert Nicola speaking on the interest of the Gunners in Danilo further added,
“If Arsenal can repeat their €25million (£21million) offer for Danilo, Palmeiras should end up negotiating a sale for the player”.
Nicola was the journalist who also reported the move of Gabriel Jesus to the Gunners in the summer transfer window. Hence, this Arsenal rumour looks like an interesting one for the market.
MIKEL ARTETA WILL HAVE TO SELL PLAYERS TO BUY PLAYERS IN JANUARY
The report also claims that Arsenal will have to sell players or loan players first. This is to make space for the incoming players in the squad. It will also help balance their financial books. They have already spent over 200 million in the summer transfer window. Hence, it is important that they make signings in the January transfer window within the rules of Financial Fair Play (FFP).
A number of reports also claim that the club are open to selling Cedric, Rob Holding, and Albert Sambi Lokonga. They are also open to loan offers for Marquinhos. Hence, it looks like the Arsenal manager already has a plan in place. The Gunners have also opened talks for contract extensions for William Saliba, Gabriel Martinelli, and Bukayo Saka.
Hence, Arsenal are certainly going to have a busy January transfer window. The Gunners will also hope to continue their brilliant form into the second half of the season. They are currently first in the Premier League table and have also progressed into the knockout rounds of the Europa League.
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