Transfer News: Brighton's Star Midfielder Likely to Join Arsenal
By Kimjob.com | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 378 views
Not a long time has passed since the last transfer window was closed that the clubs are already looking forward to the next transfer window to boost their squads. Arsenal together with Liverpool and Leicester City are very keen to ensure that they get the services of Yves Bissouna, Brighton's midfielder.
Liverpool are seeing Bissouna as a potential replacement for Gerginio Wijnaldum who will be leaving on a free transfer to join the Spanish giants Barcelona.
Brendan Rogers, Leicester City coach, stated that the urge of every player to play in the Champions League should be convincing enough to make him join the king power stadium and link up with Wilfred Ndindi who has been injury-prone to make the perfect midfield.
Mike Arteta in an interview expressed his vision to pair Yves Bissouna with Thomas Partey to make his midfield unstoppable bearing in mind the constant mistakes that Granit Xhaka has been doing at the pitch leading to losses that could have been avoided. Mikel Arteta has an edge over the other clubs because Arsenal was Bissouna's boyhood club
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