4-time UCL winner could be on his way to Arsenal next month

December 17, 2020 by   Filed under: Arsenal FC

According to report, Arsenal technical director Edu Gaspar has confirmed this week that the Gunners will be in the market for a playmaker next month.

The North London are enduring a miserable Premier League season and so far this season, the Emirates outfit, as per stats collated from jeux de casino en ligne, have only scored 11 goals in 13 games, leaving them 15th in the Premier League and five points ahead of Burnley – who have to games in hand – in 18th.

The Gunners faithful are crying out for some creativity from midfield in the wake of Mesut Ozil’s exile under the Gunners head-coach Mikel Arteta. And according to a report from Spain, Arteta has asked the club to give him one of Isco or Houssem Aouar in January.

Aouar has been linked with a move to the Emirates Stadium for around six months and Edu had two bids rejected by Lyon during the summer window. The Gunners return to action this weekend when they travel to Goodison Park to take on Everton in what is likely to be Arteta’s final test as the club manager. Check out the best available odds on this match using usa online casinos.

But Isco is now another option and according to Spanish news publication Defensa Central, Arteta has requested either the French star or the Real Madrid wizard, who has won four Champions League titles in the Spanish capital.

The report adds that Arsenal isn’t able to afford both but that they and other Premier League sides would be willing to meet Isco’s salary demands of £103,000 per week.

Fans of the North London club would happily take either of those two, even if Arteta brings Ozil back into play in January, and it’ll be fascinating to see if this is merely a product of the rumor mill or a substantial report.


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  1. Arsenal set for talks to sign 20-year-old with £27 million release clause : ArsenalTalk on Thu, 17th Dec 2020 12:49 pm 

    […] in dire need of players who can provide forward thrust from midfield, with technical director Edu recently admitting that the club needs to sign creative midfielders. To that end, the Gunners have been linked with a number of players that fit the […]

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