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confirmed by Fabrizio Romano, It’s official – Arsenal have agreed to pay the asking price for a world class £55 million star, with medicals scheduled for next week. No long talks were needed as both parties were interested in a transfer, and a jersey number has already been discussed. The player is not Amadou Onana. Arsenal set to sign world class £55M star in a DONE DEAL – medicals next week.

confirmed by Fabrizio Romano, It’s official – Arsenal have agreed to pay the asking price for a world class £55 million star, with medicals scheduled for next week. No long talks were needed as both parties were interested in a transfer, and a jersey number has already been discussed. The player is not Amadou Onana. Arsenal set to sign world class £55M star in a DONE DEAL – medicals next week.

Arsenal has decided to pay the £55 million “asking price” for a world-class midfield player, making him the team’s first acquisition of 2024. Both sides have shown a significant interest in the trade, and the negotiations have progressed swiftly. Notably, Amadou Onana is unrelated to this transaction.

The Gunners are concentrating on their defense and goal-scoring problems in order to fortify their squad. Mikel Arteta is concentrated on covering Granit Xhaka’s midfield void. The target is Spain international Martin Zubimendi, who has drawn interest from Arsenal and Barcelona due to his outstanding La Liga results with Sociedad.

According to reports from the Spanish publication Mundo Deportivo, Arsenal and other teams are prepared to pay Zubimendi’s €60 million release clause, which might provide them with an opportunity to bolster their roster. Zubimendi’s reluctance to leave Sociedad, meanwhile, is a major barrier—especially with a pivotal Champions League quarterfinal matchup against Paris Saint-Germain approaching.

Due to his exceptional growth over the previous 12 months, Zubimendi was selected for the Spain national squad, where he was awarded his fourth cap in November. Notwithstanding Arsenal’s urgent need for a midfielder, the decision hinges on the player’s decision to leave Sociedad.

Concerns are raised by the timing of Arsenal’s defensive midfielder-focused January transfer market move, particularly in light of the team’s projected need for offensive reinforcements in the second half of the campaign. The goal of this tactic is to catch up to Premier League leaders Liverpool. The player’s shirt number has been discussed, medicals are scheduled for the following week, and the negotiations are moving swiftly, all signs point to an impending addition to Arsenal’s lineup.

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