Arsenal have suffered another big Guimaraes transfer blow following Newcastle United move to reach agreement with Lyon over £48 Million transfer of the Brazilian midfielder. Newcastle United staff traveled to Brazil to undertake Bruno Guimaraes medicals ahead of official contract signing. Newcastle United beat Arsenal in the race to sign Guimaraes after reaching £40 Million plus £8 Million on add-ons verbal agreement with Olympique Marsaille to sign Bruno. Guimaraes will sign a new contract at Saint James Park until June 2026 and will wear shirt number 39 after snubbing the Gunners for the Magpies.
The Gunners suffered another transfer blow after Serbian Forward Dusan Vlahovic turned down a £12 Million salary a year contract to join Arsenal & instead chose a £7 Million deal with Juventus. Vlahovic agreed personal terms with Juventus on a 5 year deal and successfully completed mediclas today ahead of official unveilment. Arsenal Chief Edu is left with only two options including Renato Sanches, Douglous Luiz and Gini Wijinaldum after Arthur Melo deal collapsed due to Juventus tough demands.
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