Arsenal are still under pressure in strengthening their squad coming next transfer summer. Following Kieran Tierney's injury record, since he joined the club. The left back position is under worry considering Tierney's injury. There is no highly rated player that can feed the position well like Kieran.
Mikel Arteta tried to refill the missing gap with Granit Shaka whom showed to be unhappy and unsatisfied with the left back position that he was placed considering that he is the midfielder. Kolasnic is potentially confirmed to be permanently back in Arsenal and he is still not enough to recover the position. The position can be crippled by lack of Tierney inviting inlets of goals while playing. However, the solution of the problem seems to present itself at the right moment.
Ridvan Yilmaz, a Turkish professional footballer whom currently plays for Beskitas showed his interest in joining Arsenal club as information rumoured from football london news. The skillful defender told TRT Sport via fanatik: " I want to leave by taking money, my heart favour of England, I want to play for Arsenal, the premier league team."
Ridvan Yilmaz already exposed his brilliant defensive skills that enabled him to take part in winning the Turkish Super League title. His incredible performance has made him to be highly rated perfect for Tierney's replacement.
" His impressive performance made him to be numbered as part of Turkish provision 30-man squad for upcoming Euro 2020 championship," stated by football london news.Since Tierney's injury has attracted the need of signing the left back player, Yilmaz may feed the position. Also provided that Kolasnic may be sold by the club, the club may opt to sign Ridvan Yilmaz a Turkish super star.
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