Fabrizio Romano drops latest stance of Arsenal amidst Xavi Simons links

Arsenal and Mikel Arteta are working together to build a project since a long time. The process has had its constructive results as they came really close to a title. Moreover, they are still in the mix for Premier League glory this season. Now, Fabrizio Romano has reported the update on Xavi Simons and Arsenal links.

Arsenal’s foundations are strong and they look like they’ll continue to challenge for the title and the Champions League for years to come. However, there’s certainly scope for the Gunners to strengthen further, with midfield likely to be an area looked at by Edu and Arteta.

What’s going on between Arsenal and Xavi Simons camp

Speaking on his X account, the Italian transfer expert gave updates on the Dutch winger’s situation. He said,

“Xavi Simons and PSG will decide future before the Euros — but PSG don’t want to sell Xavi this summer. Also, RB Leipzig can’t afford permanent move. Loan move, most likely option – Barça are pushing, Leipzig and PL clubs keen. The final decision will be made in new meeting very soon but sale is being ruled out at this stage.”

The youngster boasts off a very lucrative CV. He rose through the ranks of Blaugranian academy La Masia before moving to Paris in 2019. He won the Ligue1 title and Coupe De France in his first season at the French capital. In 2022, he returned to the Netherlands with PSV Eindhoven, where he made a significant impact.

Simons won the KNVB Cup, Johan Cruyff Shield, and Eredivisie top scorer award, which prompted PSG to sign him again the following year. Then he went on a loan to RB Leipzig, scoring nine goals and 15 assists in 42 games. He certainly is a huge shout and clubs like Manchester City, Barcelona and Arsenal are behind him. Perhaps a loan deal will be the best PSG can offer for their star winger.

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