'Get this deal done': Some Arsenal fans are hyped as Romano posts update on maestro set for move
AS Roma are preparing a new bid to sign Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka.
Fabrizio Romano posted an update to the story on Twitter, with the Sky Italia journalist claiming that the Serie A side are confident in completing a deal for the Swiss international.
As per Fabrizio Romano, Xhaka has agreed personal terms with Jose Mourinho’s side. Now, it is all about Roma negotiating a suitable fee for the midfielder.
Moreover, Arsenal are now open to selling the 28-year-old maestro after completing the signing of Albert Sambi Lokonga this week from R.S.C. Anderlecht.
Indeed, the Gunners are keen to strengthen their squad this summer. And the midfield appears to be one area that Mikel Arteta is eager to overhaul.
Arsenal have already sold Matteo Guendouzi to Marseille this month. And the future of Lucas Torreira is still up in the air.
Furthermore, supporters on social media are eager for Arsenal to agree on a fee for Xhaka before the end of the transfer window next month.
Here’s what some Arsenal fans had to say about Roma preparing a new offer for Xhaka on Twitter…
Good stuff. Don’t be childish and offer better money. https://t.co/K6kUCeK9S3— chiko.🇧🇲 (@kosibasden) July 20, 2021
Get him out now. https://t.co/0x6sgxTHWY— Ayo (@ayomikun9_) July 20, 2021
Yes. Get it done on the right price. https://t.co/XDBC3NotDt— Ihza (@ihzaIF) July 20, 2021
GET INNNNN!!!!!!!! https://t.co/8jGGx6uu9d— AR (@A47seven) July 20, 2021
Furthermore, Arsenal are hoping to add a new midfielder to their ranks this summer. Indeed, the likes of Houssem Aouar, Manuel Locatelli and Renato Sanches have been linked with Arsenal in recent weeks.
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