TRANSFER: Thomas Partey to earn £200,000 per week: TRANSFER: Thomas Partey to earn £200,000 per week:
Arsenal has been chasing Thomas Partey since the closer of the season. He is among the top players that Arsenal is looking at to boost their midfield.
However other departments especially the defence also need fresh and aggressive players. That is why Lille Brazilian defender Gabriel has been sought out by Mikel Arteta. In the midfield, Arsenal has been dealt a blow by Real Madrid who seem to have changed their mind towards Dani Ceballos. Ceballos improved on his way of play towards the end of the last season.
TRANSFER: Thomas Partey to earn £200,000 per week
For Partey, should the deal go through is expected to demand wages of £200,000 million per week. Partey remains Arsenal’s top target but Atletico Madrid want not less than £45 million. This clause of £45 million has to be paid in full by Arsenal.
Surprisingly, no one doubts the ability of Partey in the midfield. Therefore it is no brainier why Arsenal have insisted of getting him. This week news have emerged that Arsenal are eyeing a £25 million move for Ajax’s Quiny Promes.
Arsenal wanted to buy this player last year following some excellent displays. Promes scored 16 goals and 5 assists this season. Liverpool have as well been trailing the winger in the past years. But Mikel Arteta is keen to bring him to north London.
Relatedly Fulham are considering a move to sign Arsenal defender Calum Chambers. Chambers 25 had a successful 2 years long loan spell. New Fulham boss Scott Parker is keen to bring him back on a permanent deal.
Additionally, Arsenal have been named as the only solution to Barcelona’s Phillipo Coutinho problem. Surprisingly Barcelona see Arsenal as the perfect solution to their Coutinho problem.
The Coutinho problem for Barca.
First of all, reports claim that Coutinho does not want to play for Barcelona any more. Secondly, Barcelona wants to lower their wages bill for which Coutinho was paid highly. As for Willian the deal is already done just waiting to be announced.