Arsenal are close to signing Grant Zhaka’s new contract in which the Swiss midfielder will stay in North London for at least 2025. The club are also close to approving the transfer of midfield duo Lucas Torrera and Villain, both of whom are considered extras as needed. Manager Michael Artita
Xhaka was heavily linked to the move to AS Roma in the early summer, with many predicting that the move was imminent. However, seeing the sudden U-turn as the Swiss captain linked his long-term future to the Gunners, Artita praised the midfielder’s influence on the team.
The 28-year-old’s new contract, which will now run until 2025, remains to be confirmed by the club. Soccer London’s Chris Whitley has revealed exclusively. Agreement with Xhaka’s agent’s statement. Jose Noguera has revealed that despite talks with the Italian capital club, his client’s priority has always been to live in north London.
“It’s true that we were talking to Roma this summer, but Granite has repeatedly said that he is happy at Arsenal and the truth is that he always wanted to be at the club,” said Nogira.
“People inside football have always talked about Grant’s leadership qualities and his professionalism,” he added. “He wants to have more success with Arsenal and is fully focused on achieving those goals.”
during this, Italian transfer expert Fabrizio Romano Has confirmed immediate deals for Torrera and Villain. Both midfielders were not prominent in Arsenal’s first two matches and are not part of the manager’s plans.
The Uruguayan midfielder, who spent last season on loan at Atletico Madrid, is expected to return on a temporary basis to rejoin Serie A. Torrera is expected to travel to Italy on Tuesday to complete his medical and finalize a deal that will pay Arsenal a 1.5 million loan fee, while Fiorentina will sign a deal worth 15 15 million next summer. Will have the option to make permanent.
Walian, on the other hand, is expected to Free transfer, the Brazilian club is expected to become its new employer with the Corinthians. The attacking midfielder joined Arsenal on a free transfer from Chelsea last summer, but failed to make the desired impact and could be seen as Artita’s biggest failure so far.
The Brazilians want to stay in Europe, but they have no offers from clubs in the top five leagues in Europe. The Corinthians are expected to make the best offer, and both sides want to see results before the August 31 deadline.