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DONE DEAL✅✅: Celebrations Rock The Emirates After Arsenal Officially Sign £45M World Class Player — He Rejected £30M A Year Salary From Saudi Arabia

DONE DEAL✅✅: Celebrations Rock The Emirates After Arsenal Officially Sign £45M World Class Player — He Rejected £30M A Year Salary From Saudi Arabia

He could be acquired by the Gunners for even less than Sesko’s £55 million release clause. Arsenal has resumed negotiations with the agents of a striker valued at £34 million in order to find a replacement for Benjamin Sesko, the star of RB Leipzig who has been strongly linked to the club.

Arsenal has been mentioned as a strong contender in the race to sign Sesko. According to numerous reports over the past two weeks, the Gunners are in the running to sign Sesko this summer.

Some of the best teams in Europe are interested in signing the Slovenian international, who scored an amazing 18 goals in all competitions last season. These teams are looking to add a prolific goal scorer to their squads. In addition, Sesko’s contract has an alluring £55 million release clause, which will appeal to teams trying to eke out significant transfers.

Strikers who score goals, like the 21-year-old, are usually extremely expensive. Victor Osimhen (£113 million) and Viktor Gyokeres (£86 million), two forwards connected to Arsenal, both have impressive price tags.

With Arsenal seeking to strengthen other areas of Mikel Arteta’s squad, Sesko—a 6′ 5 center-forward—may be able to leave Leipzig for a considerably lower price.

Fabrizio Romano provided an update on Sesko’s future to the Here We Go podcast (via football.london). “He wants to take some time to decide if he will stay at RB Leipzig and sign a new contract, or leave to try a new experience.”

“He needs to let RB Leipzig know about his future with the team as a first step. Sesko was offered a lucrative contract by Leipzig to be the team’s star player, which included a higher salary.

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He must choose between staying in Leipzig as their star player for one more season and leaving in 2025. He turned down two large offers of €30 million (£26 million) a season in Saudi Arabia, so the prospect did not appeal to him.

“The Premier League has given him three proposals; Manchester United, Chelsea, and Arsenal have already contacted Sesko and pitched their ideas. Now that they want him, the onus is essentially on the player.

Given that Sesko is receiving numerous offers, Arsenal will need to have backup plans depending on the events surrounding him. Joshua Zirkzee of Bologna is one of them, according to Graeme Bailey of The Boot Room and other journalists.

Arsenal is targeting Zirkzee and is holding new agent talks.

Although other reports suggest that AC Milan is leading the race to sign the Dutchman (Fabrizio Romano), TBR claims that Arsenal has recently held new negotiations with Zirkzee’s representatives. However, negotiations are never finalized until contracts are signed.

The striker has a release clause in his contract of £34 million, which is even less than Sesko’s, so if Arsenal decides to try and scuttle Milan’s proposed move, this could be one to watch.

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