Going into the next season, Arteta was tasked with a need to sort out his midfield, either by releasing players who were no longer suited to his playing style or by recruiting new players to bring a fresh breath of air to his squad.
Dani Ceballos and Martin Odergard are no longer available to Arteta because their loan spells at Arsenal have ended, and Granit Xhaka is rumored to be on his way out. Many midfield targets have been linked with a switch to Arsenal, and it now appears that Arsenal are looking to raid AC Milan for their midfield ace, Kessie.
Frank Kessie, 24, is an Ac Milan midfielder from the Ivory Coast who was once seen as the next Yaya Toure, not because they are from the same country, but because they play in a similar style. Kessie, like Toure, is a powerful midfielder who can score, make precise passes, and dominate the midfield.
According to Football London, a London-based publication, it is his distinct qualities that have piqued Arsenal's interest in signing him. Kessie's contract expires next year, so AC Milan may cash in on him if he does not sign a new contract, with Arsenal tipped as the favorite to sign him.
In Anticipation of Kessie joining Arsenal other teams should be scared of a partnership between Kessie and Thomas Partey as it will be fireworks, but that is if Arsenal show their desire with a genuine bid? Share your thoughts or comments in the section below.
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