Arsenal urged the signing of Neves worth 40 million pounds, Xhaka will leave for 16 million pounds, the Gunners missed Boendia, Daniel Eck’s acquisition update
Good morning Arsenal fans
Arsenal officially missed Amy Buendia, because Aston Villa announced the signing of the former Norwich star for a record club fee for a five-year contract.
A club statement read: “Emiliano has just completed an excellent season with the Norwich team that won the championship, with 31 goals and assists, and was named the league’s best player of the season. .
“He is equally capable as a wide attacker or No. 10 player, and is a good addition to our offensive choices.
“We are very happy to sign such an exciting signing so early in the summer and look forward to Emi joining us in a full preseason game.”
At the same time, Spotify co-founder Daniel Ek (Daniel Ek) appears to be preparing to raise the bid for Arsenal to £2 billion.
Three weeks ago, Eck announced that his original offer of 1.8 billion pounds was rejected by club owner Stan Kroenke.
Although Kroenke refused, the Swedish billionaire confirmed that he is still interested in buying clubs he has supported since childhood.
However, the Gunners’ American boss and his son Josh issued a statement at the end of April stating that they are still “100% committed to Arsenal and will not sell any shares in the club”.
At the same time, the Ajax star and Gunners transfer target Andre Onana was shortened to nine months by the Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS).
In February last year, Onana was banned by UEFA for one year after testing positive for furosemide.
But the Ajax goalkeeper has always insisted that he accidentally took the medicine prescribed for his wife and appealed to CAS, which was learned last week.
The verdict came out, and the 25-year-old player’s ban has been reduced for three months.
Arsenal are now expected to increase their interest in the Cameroon international and he will be able to play again in November.
Finally, the 2021-2022 Premier League schedule will be fully announced on Wednesday, June 16th at 9am.
Arsenal have experienced a difficult season. They ranked eighth and missed the European competition for the first time in 25 years.
The Gunners seem determined to rebuild with a large number of signings.
But first, the manager Mikel Arteta will have to sell to raise funds.