Arsenal's plan to sign Nicolo Barella has been hit by a blow after Inter Milan reported to extend the midfielder's stay at the club. The extension of Barella's contract will see him committed to serve the club for a long term.
The Gunners were in hot pursuit for Nicolo Barella. Mikel Arteta wanted to add creativity and speed in his midfield. Among the available players, Arteta was eyeing on Nicolo Barella as the perfect suitor after the his plan to sign Locatelli were set a blaze. Mikel Arteta will be forced to look for another midfielder since Inter Milan will not release Barella in this summer transfer.
The 24 year midfielder excelled in Euro 2020 thus attracting many clubs. Nicolo Barella is a creative and intelligent midfielder. He knows how to serve his forwards with perfect passes as well as scoring goals. Barella's style of play is what Arteta is missing in Arsenal's midfield.
Inter Milan's plan to extend Barella's contract will negatively affect the Gunners. It will deny them an opportunity to sign Nicolo Barella.
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