Arsenal compete for the Ben White exclusive at Everton, Locatelli bids, Renato Sanchez gives up a huge Arsenal transfer hint
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Everton told Brighton that they would pay £50 million for this White under the direction of the new boss Rafa Benitez.
Arsenal have been trying to persuade the Seagulls to sell the England defender to them, but ran into trouble raising funds that matched their valuation.
So Everton told Brighton directly that they would pay the guaranteed funds they were looking for, and are now trying to combine bonus schemes to secure transactions.
The new coach Benitez stressed that signing a new central defender is one of the key areas he needs to strengthen when negotiating a takeover.
He made it clear that the 23-year-old White was his first choice, and the Merseysides did not want to mess around, so he told the Seagull board that they would match the £50 million they were looking for.
In contrast, Arsenal only provided a deposit of 42 million pounds and a surcharge of 6 million pounds, but it was quickly rejected.
Elsewhere, International Miami has withdrawn from William’s move.
SunSport understands that the Arsenal man wants about 8.7 million pounds a year-167,000 pounds a week-to participate in MLS, which is too much for David Beckham’s team.
This is a blow to the club owner Phil Neville who hopes to transfer Mexican international Rodolfo Pizarro to La Liga MX this month.
This will free up a designated overseas player position, which Neville hopes to use for the 32-year-old William before his demands prove too much.
The untimely Gonzalo Higuain is currently the club’s highest earner, with an annual salary of 4.19 million pounds or 80,500 pounds a week.
William’s contract with Arsenal will expire in 2023, but after a difficult first season, he wants to quit the Gunners.
Arsenal has offered a new contract to the academy product Rice Nelson.
According to reports, the gunman has lowered the asking price for the bad boy Matteo Gondozi.
According to French journalist Alexis Bernard (Alexis Bernard), Marseille is getting closer to agreeing to sign the midfielder.
The Gunners initially wanted 17 million pounds, but the Ligue 1 team did not want to pay more than 10 million pounds.
In the end, Arsenal was hit by a major transfer because the Swedish star Alexander Isaac signed a five-year contract with Real Sociedad.
The Sweden international has signed a new contract with the La Liga team, which will force the Gunners to find offensive reinforcements elsewhere.