Arsenal have to sign ‘generational talent’ Fabrizio Romano claims is available for £25m - TBR View
Arsenal look set to be one of the busiest Premier League clubs in the transfer window this summer.
As reported by Sky Sports News, Matteo Guendouzi is close to joining Marseille. Whilst Granit Xhaka remains in talks with AS Roma.
Nuno Tavares and Albert Sambi Lokonga are also on the verge of signing for Arsenal. With a third bid for Ben White expected to be submitted soon.
Incomings will be key for Mikel Arteta this summer if he wants to restore Arsenal’s reputation in the Premier League as one of the biggest and best clubs in the country. And a strong midfield base will be a good platform to build from.
Camavinga can form new-look Arsenal midfield
With Thomas Partey set to have a full pre-season with the Gunners, signing a midfield partner for the Ghanaian international should be high on Arsenal’s summer priority list.
With Fabrizio Romano reporting that the Rennes superstar could leave for as little as €30m (£25m), the Gunners will be crazy not to pass up on this opportunity.
Camavinga has asserted himself as one of Europe’s most exciting players and a name who will likely star in the France midfield for many years to come.
Arsenal have to go all-in on youngster
And with Arsenal needing a player in his position, the Gunners will find it hard to sign a better option this summer than the 18-year-old sensation.
Manchester United also interested in the teenager. Meaning Arsenal can make a huge statement by pipping the Premier League giants to Camavinga. Especially with Stade Rennais seemingly open to selling him for as little as £25m.
Arsenal needs as much quality as they can get this summer. And in Camavinga, the Gunners will have a player who could form a formidable midfield with Partey. As well as elevate the north London side to a level they have not been at for some time.
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