According to a report from Spanish Publication AS, premier league outfit Arsenal have already taken the first step in their bide to land their long term target Nabil Fekir from Laliga giants Real Betis. Arsenal are believed to have tabled a concrete offer for the dynamic 27 year old creative midfield. The world cup winner is believed to be very much interested in joining the premier league and specifically to Arsenal football club.
In fact, the aforementioned report has revealed that the North London giants have already tabled an offer for the French man in order to bring him to the Emirates. However, the said bid is nowhere near close to what the Laliga outfit want for their star player. Betis boss Pellegrini is hopeful of holding on to their best player ahead of next season and wants to build his team around the French star.
Mikel Aterta's interest in the midfielder is huge as he is a cheaper option available. What now remains to be seen is whether Arsenal will return with a much improved second offer for Fekir or the Gunners will decide to explore other possibilities else where. Nevertheless, a new creative midfielder is a must sign for Arsenal in this transfer window and Nabil Fekir is definitely the best fit for that void left by German midfield maestro Mesut Ozil.
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