It's almost a month since the summer transfer window opened. Arsenal and Manchester United are among the premier league clubs battling so hard to strengthen their squads prior to next season, and this time the two clubs rival to receive the signature of Ajax defender Lisandro Martinez.
Both clubs have reportedly submitted their official bids which are currently held by the Dutch Side, waiting for the player to agree on personal terms on which side he needs to take his next career to.
According to Fabrizio Romano, Erik ten Haag who is the current manager for the Red Devils, wants Manchester United to be fast on Lisandro Martinez deal. Previous reports stated that Ten Haag is confident enough to outclass Arsenal for the player's signature, having worked with Lisandro Martinez in Ajax last season.
The player is pushing to leave Ajax, he's been very clear to his club on that. On the other hand, Arsenal are still waiting for Ajax to make comments on their previous deal worth £35m. Mikel Arteta and Edu Gaspar have been working on Lisandro deal as they see him potential enough to strengthen their backline. Where do you see Martinez heading?
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