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Arsenal’s €40 million (£33m) bid for Yeremy Pino set to be accepted Villarreal according to reports. The 19-year-old however has a release clause of €80 million (£67.5m), Villarreal however could accept Arsenal's €40 million which is half the amount of his release clause.
The Spanish international is termed as one for the future and he is one of La Liga’s most promising young talent. Liverpool also hold an interest despite Mikel Arteta's Arsenal contacting Villarreal who could accept their offer in consideration of the club’s financial situation.
Spanish outlet AS reports that Villarreal won't turn a deaf year when a bid of €40 million to €50 million is tabled. The La Liga club is working to solve the financial problems and Yeremy Pino could be on his way to the Emirates.
Arsenal have brought in Gabriel Jesus, Oleksandr Zinchenko and Fabio Vieira to bolster his attack-line. Mikel Arteta remains kin to sign a new right-winger to compete with Bukayo Saka. The Arsenal target scored six times and laid four assists in 21 La Liga starts last season.
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