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Second signing confirmed: Arsenal have finally agreed personal terms with £60m star,deal expected to be completed overnight as player is now in London for medical. - sportupdate
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Second signing confirmed: Arsenal have finally agreed personal terms with £60m star,deal expected to be completed overnight as player is now in London for medical.

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The second signing has been finalized: Arsenal have reached an agreement with a £60 million star, and the deal is due to close

overnight as the player undergoes a physical in London.The second signing has been finalized: Arsenal have reached an agreement with a £60 million star, and the deal is due to close overnight as the player undergoes a physical in London.The Gunners are allegedly on high alert as Sergi Roberto, the versatile captain of Barcelona, is expected to enter the free transfer market this summer.

 

The 31-year-old Spanish mainstay Sergi Roberto has been a Blaugrana since the season began, but his present deal ends when the current one does. Barcelona have decided not to renew the deal, leaving the door open for a possible transfer to North London, even though manager Xavi strongly suggested keeping him.

 

According to Spanish media, the veteran midfielder is of great interest to Arsenal. His versatility would provide Mikel Arteta great tactical options, as he could easily move from right back to central midfield. Roberto’s leadership skills and experience in the Champions League might be great assets to the youthful Gunners team.

 

While Barcelona searches for a new manager, Arsenal can concentrate on securing a possible bargain. With Roberto’s versatility, experience, and leadership skills, he would be an asset to any club. The Gunners, who allegedly made an enquiry for the player not long ago, are surely keeping a careful watch on the issue.

 

But there will probably be a lot of rivalry for Roberto’s signature. Many European clubs will be vying for the chance to sign such a high-caliber player for free. Getting the Spaniard to the Emirates Stadium will require swift and decisive action on Arsenal’s part. He is rumoured to want a transfer to the Premier League and has a soft spot for London.

 

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