Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has claimed that Pedro Neto is ready for the Arsenal project. The Gunners are reportedly linked with a move for the winger.
However, Neto will not force a move to the Gunners. Wolves are also demanding upwards of 50 million for the Portuguese winger.
ARSENAL AND PEDRO NETO TRANSFER LINKS FULL STORY
According to reports, Arsenal are reportedly interested in signing Pedro Neto. Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has also backed the report. The report also states that the Gunners are ready to pay £35 million for his services. However, Wolves are going to reject the bid. Bruno Lage’s side have no intentions to sell the winger and are holding out for a bigger fee.
Wolves are reportedly demanding a fee of £50 million for the winger. However, Arsenal are not ready to pay such a bigger fee. They have already spent on the likes of Gabriel Jesus, Aleksandr Zinchenko, and Fabio Viera. Hence, the Gunners will need to raise funds through sales of a number of players to buy Pedro Neto for a bigger fee.
MIKEL ARTETA IS ALSO KEEN ON WORKING WITH HIM.
Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has claimed that Pedro Neto would love to play for Arsenal. He has also said that Pedro Neto would is really impressed by Mikel Arteta’s playing style. However, Neto will not force a move to the Gunners. He is also happy to stay at Wolves beyond the summer. Pedro Neto was reportedly offered to Arsenal through his agent Jorge Mendes.
Romano further added,” Pedro Neto is the main target as a new winger. I’m told that Mikel Arteta is a big fan of Pedro Neto. Edu is exploring this possibility for a long time. “It’s not an easy negotiation because Wolves want more than £50 million. Let’s see after the outgoings what happens. Arsenal legend Thiery Henry has also lavished praise on the Wolves winger’s brillant for taking on the defenders.
Hence, it looks like Pedro Neto would be a brilliant option for Arsenal. Pedro Neto would definitely give Gabriel Martinelli a run for his money on the left flank. If the move of Pedro Neto surprisingly goes through, it will make the Gunners stronger to compete for trophies and the Premier League this season.
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