Arsenal is reportedly willing two offer two players to Leicester City in exchange for highly-rated attacker James Madison as the Gunners try to fill the vacuum that was left by Martin Ødegaard who was recalled back to the Real Madrid squad ahead of next season. Reiss Nelson and Maitland Niles are the sacrificial sheep in Arsenal’s quest to sign the 24-year-old from Leicester City.
Madison has shown great interest in signing with the Gunners but Leicester City on the other hand is expected to be apprehensive and coy about the potential transfer. Arsenal however remains hopeful that Leicester will accept Arsenal’s swap deal because the two players offered in the swap deal are very young and bear a lot of potential.
Reports have shown that Arsenal still has the chance to sign coveted midfielder Renato Sanchez from Lille OSC before the transfer period ends. Arsenal and Lille are known to have a good, withstanding relationship, and the Gunners might capitalize on this “friendship” if Arteta shows more interest in the player.
A few weeks ago, Gabriel Magalhaes invited Renato Sanchez to join Arsenal after he had an impressive campaign in the Euro 2020 competitions. Renato Sanchez responded by saying that he is only waiting for a formal invitation from Arsenal. This means that the player is willing to join the club but only after Arsenal makes a formal offer to Lille.
Arsenal fans have said that if Arsenal is planning to buy a striker, then Dominic Calvert Lewin should be at the top of that list. They have said that the 23-year-old is a better choice than Tammy Abraham since he has a very prolific goalscoring record. This shows that Arsenal fans are against Arsenal’s interest in signing €40 Million-priced Tammy Abraham.
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