Arsenal fans could be set for sensational transfer in the coming summer transfer window with the club reported to be plotting a move to sign Real Betis midfield maestro Guido Rodriguez in a blockbuster deal.
Account to reports from Spanish outlet Mundo Derpotivo (as per The Daily Mail), the Mikel Arteta's side are looking to activate Rodriguez's £68million release clause at the end of the season and that the Gunners' scouts have been closely monitoring the midfielder's progress for several months.
Guido Rodriguez joined the Spanish side back in January, 2020 from Mexican outfit Club America and has since shown glimpses of promises with his display on the pitch. The 26 year old is commanding, versatile and has an eye for a pass and is no doubt one of the best midfielders in the La Liga at the moment.
Hence, according to the reports, Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is eyeing him as a potential partner for Thomas Partey at the Emirates Stadium. Meanwhile, the Argentine international is contracted with the Spanish giants until 2024 but the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the club's finances may force them to sanction a deal.
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