Victor Osimhen signed £120m deal, Real Madrid Vinicius jnr – Martinelli swap deal, Serbian Man to join next week. - sportupdate
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Victor Osimhen signed £120m deal, Real Madrid Vinicius jnr – Martinelli swap deal, Serbian Man to join next week.



He is our Premier League leading scorer; it is puzzling why he would reject a club like Manchester City for Arsenal. Greater Man

City Prior to the window’s closure, star boy Phil Foden confirmed that his £60 million international comrade has agreed to personal terms to join Arsenal.Following a £120 million transfer for Real Madrid Vinicius Jr. and Martinelli, Serbian forward Victor Osimhen will begin training next week.According to TuttoJuve, Arsenal are significantly more interested in acquiring Serbian midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic than Juventus.Long associated with a transfer to the Premier League, the 28-year-old is now the subject of unexpected rumors that he may depart Al-Hilal.


According to reports, Juventus is investigating the possibility of acquiring the gifted playmaker, but Arsenal is also very interested and may be able to offer a more competitive price for his services.


The Gunners’ intentions regarding a transfer this winter remain undisclosed; however, TuttoJuve notes that Al-Hilal acquired him from Lazio for €40 million last summer.Milinkovic-Savic would infuse Arsenal’s midfield with more ingenuity.

Since being acquired from Chelsea in the summer to replace Granit Xhaka, Kai Havertz has only contributed to five goals for the Gunners.


It has been decided that the 24-year-old will play central midfield. He has been responsible for missing several significant opportunities to score.


For the Gunners, acquiring Milinkovic-Savic would be a wise decision. He possesses substantial expertise and the capacity to provide valuable contributions in the last third.


In addition to possessing a formidable physical presence, the former Lazio player enjoys engaging in challenges and duels.


He has contributed to 14 goals in 22 appearances for Al-Hilal this season. From 47 appearances during the previous season, he contributed eight assists and eleven goals for Lazio.


The primary concern is whether Arsenal has the financial means to acquire his services. When Financial Fair Play concerns arise, the likelihood of them suggesting a loan agreement with a buy option increases.


Milinkovic-Savic must also accept a substantial salary reduction, as it is improbable that Arsenal will match his current weekly salary of £411,000 in the Saudi Pro League.