End Of The Road For Granit Xhaka As Arsenal Move For Another La Liga Star To Partner Thomas Partey
By Annnjeri | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 1366 views
The Arsenal rebuild process under Mikel Arteta is set to continue in the summer with reliable football journalist Fabrizio Romano confirming the gunners have already began planning for the summer.
The Emirates hierarchy have earmarked Spain and Valencia midfielder Carlos Soler as the ideal long term replacement for the departed Mesut Ozil.
The Mikel Arteta led side already boast of Martin Odegaard and Danny Ceballos from Spanish giants Real Madrid and Soler could be added to the contingency from La Liga.
Soler was on Arsenal's radar last season but the gunners opted not to sign the player as the La Liga side valuation of the player priced the gunners out of a deal.
The financial difficulties brought about by the corona virus pandemic however means the gunners could sign Soler on a cheap with the spanish side looking to offload some of their stars to balance their books.
Soler has been in inspiring form this side as he has 5 goals and 4 assists in just 12 games for his side and could be among the stars Valencia will look to sell.
His ball playing ability will make him an ideal Thomas Partey partner and this could mean Granit Xhaka will have reduced playing time should the gunners sign him.
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