Manchester united and Arsenal just like other premier league are rebuilding their squads ahead of next season and Journalist Bailey while talking about the future of Lisandro Martinez, he believes Manchester united are now the favorites to sign him ahead of premier league rivals Arsenal.
The gunners has been the favorites to sign Lisandro Martinez with Manchester united preferring a move for Pau Torres.
According to Journalist Bailey, the situation has now turned on its head and he believes he has now gone ahead of Pau Torres on the Manchester united wishlist and the Manchester outfits are willing to offer more than Arsenal are offering.
Lisandro Martinez has a strong connection with Erik ten Hag and that could be key in the deal and that could mean Arsenal will unfortunately lose out on the deal if he makes the move to Manchester united.
The reports claim that Arsenal coming into the race has alerted Manchester united and the journalist believes Martinez would choose Arsenal over Manchester united due to what Erik ten Hag has done for him.
Arsenal appear to be losing out on the Martinez deal, just a few days after losing out on the Raphinha deal to Chelsea. Even though the deals have not been completed it's increasingly looking like neither of the two players will be playing in North London next season. Losing out on the two deals are increasingly frustrating Arsenal in the transfer window.
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