Arsenal fans have a reason to smile after the club confirms good news. The gunners have entered the final stages of negotiations with Anderlecht to sign Albert Sambi.The agreement is set to be completed with Anderlecht and final details then paper works time.
The player already agreed personal terms with the player. According to Fabrizio Romano the deal will be confirmed tommorow and medical will happen on Thursday. The Italian sports analyst is one of the trusted sources in matters transfer.
Arsenal want to bolster the squad with aim to compete for trophies and champions league spot next season. Sambi has been a long term target for Arsenal and was close to join the club in January but Anderlecht were reluctant to let him leave.
With the midfieder entering his final year with the Belgium club , no contract extension has been made and Anderlecht fear they could loose him for free next summer transfer. The 21 year-old is considered as Grannit Xhaka's replacement who left to As Roma.
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