Report: Arsenal make bid to sign record-breaking attacking talent, club are now considering selling him
Arsenal have now made a bid to sign Villarreal winger Yeremi Pino and the La Liga club are seriously considering selling the player, according to Radio Villarreal.
Pino has enjoyed two promising seasons for Villarreal and during the last campaign he put in some impressive displays for the Unai Emery’s men in the Champions League.
And Pino is also a record-breaking talent, as when he was just 18-years-old he became the youngest Spanish player to start a major European final in 2021 as Emery’s side beat Manchester United in the Europa League final.
Now at 19-years-old, the Spaniard certainly fits the mould for a Mikel Arteta signing as he is viewed as one of the most promising prospects in La Liga and would fit well into the young Arsenal squad.
And it seems that the Gunners may be willing to spend big on the winger after missing out on Raphinha to Barcelona.
Arsenal bid to sign Pino
The Gunners will face significant competition from Liverpool but now the Yellow Submarine are seriously considering selling the up-and-coming star.
Pino can operate on either wing and would represent a versatile option for Arteta as he could compete with both Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli.
The Spain international put up superb numbers for a player of his age in La Liga last season, as he scored six times and put up four assists.
He also grabbed his first Champions League goal while making four senior appearances under Luis Enrique for the Spanish national team.
Pino is a player that plays with maturity beyond his years and has already featured in some massive European games for Villarreal.
The Spaniard would definitely push Saka and Martinelli for a place in Arteta’s side and provide much-needed depth for the Gunners boss.
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