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Arsenal Set To Make Their First Sale In The Transfer Window

In terms of transfers, it's been a hectic time. It's no surprise, then, that the transfer window is constantly bustling with significant moves. Arsenal, a North London club, is no exception. In the transfer window, they spent a whopping €140 million and more. However, no sales have yet been made. To evade the Financial Fair Play rule, often known as “FFP,” the London club has opted to sell.

Aaron Ramsdale, formerly of Sheffield United, has recently joined the club. The England goalkeeper has agreed to a five-year contract with Arsenal. His transfer cost is €25 million, plus a €10 million bonus, for a total of €30 million.


Mikel Areta is on his way to making his first sales of the season. Fenerbahçe, a Turkish team, is rumored to be interested in Saed Kolasinac, a 28-year-old left back.

According to a transfer expert, conversations with Fabrizio Romano are progressing but not yet complete. Mikel Areta has informed the player that he will not be playing in the upcoming season. The specifics of the deal have yet to be announced. At the Turkish club, he will, however, reunite with former Arsenal teammate Mesut Ozil.

Today, Arsenal will play Chelsea, a London rival.

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