Arsenal fans react as Willian is targeted by Beckham's Inter Miami for summer transfer
Arsenal supporters on social media are in disbelief over the latest rumours surrounding Willian’s future.
The Sun claim that David Beckham’s Inter Miami franchise are open to selling star playmaker Rodolfo Pizarro so a free Designated Player (DP) spot can be freed to bring Willian to the Florida club.
Willian is open to leaving Arsenal this summer, as reported by Fabrizio Romano, and Miami appear to be the frontrunners for the Brazilian’s signature. The 32-year-old joined Arsenal last year from Chelsea but has failed to live up to expectations since arriving in north London.
With just one goal in all competitions this season, Willian has been consistently criticised by supporters and pundits for his lacklustre performances. Yet this latest update surrounding the attacker was met with disbelief from Arsenal fans on social media, as some supporters were stunned Miami wanted to sign the former Chelsea star.
Here’s what a handful of fans had to say on Twitter about the latest on Willian’s future…
God is good.
— oré olukoga (@OfficialOre) May 18, 2021
— 🇵🇸 عبد الله (@iamkhanabdullah) May 18, 2021
please please pleaseeeeee
— Jabba the Slut (@Gingergreek) May 18, 2021
How I wish…..
— Kabirisi Mugyenyi ka-Muganga (@mkabirisi) May 18, 2021
Does he need a lift to the airport?
— Red White Gooner (@RedWhite_Gooner) May 18, 2021
Atleast he has the pride to leave because it has not worked out as expected.
Some would just stay around to collect the pay check
— Collins (@qukety) May 18, 2021
Willian has two years remaining on his current Arsenal deal, which could make a transfer this summer hard to achieve for the Gunners.
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