Sead Kolasinac Napoli links emerge as Arsenal fans react to report
Napoli are reportedly interested in a summer transfer for Arsenal defender Sead Kolasinac, and supporters are keen on the move to happen.
According to Tuttosport via CalcioNapoli24, Napoli want to sign the Bosnian left-back this summer.
As reported by Football London, Kolasinac is likely to leave Arsenal in the transfer window. Moreover, the defender spent the second half of the 2020/21 season on loan with German side Schalke.
As well as Kolasinac, the likes of Lucas Torreira, Matteo Guendouzi and Hector Bellerin are expected to leave Arsenal this summer.
Sead Kolasinac could join Napoli
Indeed, the defender joined Arsenal in the summer of 2017 for free. Furthermore, as per the Tuttosport report, the Gunners are keen to make some kind of profit on Kolasniac this year.
Yet following these links to Napoli, some supporters on social media are keen for Kolasinac to leave the club by any means. Even if that means walking from Arsenal for free.
Here’s what some fans had to say on Twitter about Napoli’s interest in Kolasinac…
He's all yours.— GetafixArsenal (@SirGunnerby) June 3, 2021
Take him home, now. https://t.co/LDO96Vw6hr
We should terminate his contract https://t.co/xru8TwCR1u— _.owans (@_alsonnn_) June 3, 2021
Straight Swap with Koulibaly sounds about right. https://t.co/SuUlCxIe1H— Mihir (@MH261102) June 3, 2021
They can take him for free— LUO MAN!!💫🇺 (@adeba_paul) June 3, 2021
Napoli from deeeeppppp pic.twitter.com/biTQghDvDW— AFC Sparta (@FplSparta) June 3, 2021
W— Saliba The Goat (#KroenkeOut and #ArtetaOut) (@SalibaTheGoat) June 3, 2021
In addition, with a reported weekly wage of £100,000 according to Spotrac, Arsenal will do well to sell Kolasinac for good this summer.
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