Allegedly, the arms transfer market is heading towards a dual heart and mind, which would eliminate an opportunity to go to the Emirates Stadium with the club’s two goals. Sassuolo’s Manuel Lucatelli and Inter Milan’s Lottaro Martنیnez are both expected to miss out on joining the Gunners this summer.
Italian club Sassuolo have confirmed their interest in the North London club’s location, with CEO Giovanni Carnevale confirming a bid from Arsenal soon after in the transfer window. Michel Arteta is keen to bring in a deep-lying playmaker and the club has made a bid of ابھی 34 million, which is yet to be accepted.
Weapons are the only clubs that have come close To meet the asking price, however, Carnavali revealed that Locatelli is only open to join the Serie A giants this summer. The Turin club is struggling financially and has so far failed to make an acceptable bid.
The Sassuolo chief has confirmed that he is meeting with Juventus this week, while also claiming that another English Premier League club has entered the race for Italy International. However, Carnival wants Loketelli’s future to be decided sooner rather than later, and has made it clear that he will not bid until August 8.
“Tomorrow we will contact Juventus directly for Locatelli. He wants to join Joyo,” Carnival said. With reference to the Daily Mail. “We would be happy to sell Mلller (Locatelli) to Joyo … but they need to pay the right fee. Arsenal tried to sign him and now a new English club is in the running. “
“We are waiting for the right bid for Locatelli. If it doesn’t arrive, he will stay here. We will not sell our best players at the end of August.”
Martinez, on the other hand, has recently made progress as Arteta reinforces its future ranks. The Gunners could lose to Alexander Lockett and Eddie Nakedia this summer, both strikers entering the final year of their contracts.
In the event of the pair’s departure, there will be a shortage of players at the number nine position at the Emirates Stadium, which has seen unofficial inquiries about the availability of the Argentine forward. The 23-year-old played a key role in Inter winning the Serie A title last season with 17 goals and 10 assists.
However, despite Arsenal allegedly being offered a cash deal other than a player, Martزnez is not interested in joining the Premier League club. According to Italian journalist Marco Barzagi, Argentina International will leave Inter for only three clubs – Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid and Barcelona.
The North Londoners have so far completed two signatures – Nono Tavirs and Albert Samby Lokunga, and are close to confirming Ben White’s 50 50 million income. Artita is looking to bolster his squad this summer, expecting at least one more midfielder, goalkeeper and right-back.