Dusan Vlahovic is on the verge of joining Arsenal and could undergo medicals soon ahead of his permanent move to Arsenal. Despite earlier interest by Juventus, latest confirmed reports by Arsenal TV has allegedly reaffirmed that the initial bid by Arsenal amounting to £88 million has finally been accepted by Fiorentina.
The bid having been accepted by Fiorentina, the Serie A club has now set the player free to leave for Arsenal after accepting the hefty fee from the London club. Arsenal have been the favourites to sign the player since the opening of the January transfer window and have finally had their rub of the green with the player currently on the verge of joining the club.
Juventus had earlier shown interest in the player but hadn't placed their bid, but since Arsenal's bid has been accepted by the club, it could be a difficult task for Juventus to turn things round. Arsenal are currently in need of a striker and their bid has finally been accepted with both clubs having reached a conclusive agreement.
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