Arsenal fans can now breathe a sigh of relief despite having lost to Liverpool during their Carabao Cup Semi Finals game against Liverpool. Having held talks with Arthur Melo's agent on Thursday, Arsenal has allegedly been given a green light in the signing of the star. Juventus has allegedly agreed to let the player leave.
According to latest confirmed reports by UK's Sun Football, Arthur Melo could possibly join Arsenal this January on loan with an option to buy. However, earlier on, Juventus had restricted the Gunners as they set tough conditions for Arsenal incase they want to sign the player in the current January transfer window. It is just about time the player joins Arsenal officially with the Gunners working hard to ensure the transfer becomes a success.
Arthur Melo could possibly become the first signing of Arsenal in the current January transfer window despite Arsenal also focusing on signing Fiorentina forward Dusan Vlahovic in the same transfer window. Arthur Melo and Dusan Vlahovic are currently Arsenal's top targets with Mikel Arteta looking to adjust his squad.
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