Arsenal are looking forward to making a move for Inter Milan's left-back player Federico Dimarco. However the Italians are then believed to be ready to part ways with the player only if Gunners are able to pay £20m as his transfer fee as per Sunsport.
Federico has played 32 times in last season having made 19 of such appearances from the bench. The publication clarify that Arsenal are not convinced to pay such huge fee for a player who they see as only a cover for Kieran.
The main reason for the Londoners to buy this player is due to a failed season by Nuno who was brought in to help Kieran in the left-back position. Which Nuno has failed to claim as his own after the Scottish international as well picked a knee injury and had to undergo a surgery.
Arteta may be forced to seek another alternative if possible with the Italians looking more likely to stick by their price tag on the player. Meanwhile the Premier League giants may generate big funds through player sales. This may include on-loan stars like Pablo Mari at Udinese as well as Lucas Torreira at Fiorentina. A well established Maitland-Niles who is under Jose Mourinho in Roma.
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