Arsenal are close to signing Martin Odigard and Aaron Ramsdale after signing Real Madrid and Sheffield United, respectively. The Gunners are not expected to stop after the fourth and fifth transfer window, with the club expected to add at least one more player before the August 31 deadline.
Michael Arteta has so far signed midfielder Albert Simbi Loonga, left-back Nono Tauris and defender Ben White for a combined 75million. The Spanish manager wanted to add more creativity to the team. Now the Audi Guard has landed., Which has been the club’s preferred target this summer.
The Norwegian midfielder spent the second half of last season on loan at the Emirates Stadium and impressed the management and coaching staff on his ability to succeed in the Premier League. At first, it looked like he would stay with Real, but at the last minute a change of heart has seen him agree to move to North London.
In addition to the outfielders, Artita also wanted to compete with backup goalkeeper Bernd Leno for the number one position. Ramsdale is expected to fill the void left by Arsenal’s victory over the Blades, who initially disagreed with the Gunners.
Italian transfer expert Fabrizio Romano Confirming the two deals on Wednesday, he said that England will be Arsenal’s player before the end of the week, while Audi Guard’s arrival is expected on Thursday.
The “confirmed” Degard deal will be announced in the next few hours. “
Arsenal are not expected to stay there. Eden J. Wood of Metro Sport., Artita wants to add at least one more player to the roster before the transfer window closes. Current options Hector Ballerin, Cedric Suarez and the right back to the column chambers manager is an issue that does not have the desired effect.
“After listening, there could be another one before the end of the window at Arsenal,” said Jay Wood.
Among other shortcomings, the North Londoners have too many players on the list. Seed Kolasinac, Lucas Torrera, Hector Ballerin, Mohamed Eleni and Ainsley Maitland Niles may be forced to look for new homes because they do not seem to be part of the manager’s plans.