Granit Xhaka is said to be one of the priority signings for Arsenal after the contract settlement for the youngsters. According to Romano, Arsenal have settled the futures of Gabriel Martinelli, Bukayo Saka, and William Saliba. Furthermore, they are now concerned about the future of Granit Xhaka. Xhaka have been one of the important players for Arsenal this season. He has become one of the most improved players in the Premier League. Furthermore, his commanding display in the midfield has helped Arsenal at the top of the league table. However, Fabrizio Romano have commented that the talks have not yet progressed between the two parties. But Granit Xhaka is the Gunners’ next priority and the talks would take place in the next few months. Arsenal fans would surely be hoping that the Gunners can sort out the players’ future as soon as possible.
Granit Xhaka to become the next priority for Arsenal
Arsenal have already finalized new deals for Saka, Saliba, and Martinelli. Granit Xhaka is Arsenal’s next priority. Fabrizio Romano have shared his knowledge on this matter. Romano shared,
“Despite reports, talks are not advanced now. Xhaka is next in the list after Martinelli, Saka and Saliba, but the Saka deal has to be finalized and also Saliba is still in negotiations, so it will take some time before getting Xhaka extension done. It will be discussed in the next months,”
Arsenal are two points clear off Manchester City at the top of the league table. Furthermore, Granit Xhaka have been one of the players with immense contribution to these results. The player have shown quality and character both on and off the pitch. The player have now become a popular player among the fans, which was not the case a few seasons back.
Mikel Arteta is expected to do everything to keep his current squad together. Granit Xhaka may have had problems at Emirates Stadium in the past. But now he looks like a proper leader in the team. And therefore looks like someone who could be a key part of the Gunners’ success in the future.
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