Arsenal star late access to Real Madrid transfer window – reports


Real Madrid Spanish outlet El Goal Digital Type (by the way The Hard Tackle)

Real Madrid have been chasing Kylian Mbappé all summer. However, it looks like they will have to wait until next summer to reach their primary transfer target.

In the meantime, Whites Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang may look to add extra body to his squad.

For the Real Madrid goals, aging relies heavily on Karim Benzema. Eden Hazard and Vinicius Jr. are unreliable, which is why the club is in the market for a new striker.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s time at Arsenal has been in steady decline over the past few years. The Gabonese forward last season recorded 15 goals for the Gunners in all competitions. The 32-year-old is reportedly ready to be offloaded by the London giants as they are not affecting the team.

Aubameyang may be a short-term fit for Real Madrid until Mbappe is signed. The former Borussia Dortmund man is capable of playing both side and front. Carlo Ancelotti This season.

The Arsenal captain was also linked with a move to Barcelona earlier this week. However, Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano dismissed the rumors, suggesting that the two clubs were not interested in the deal.


Also Read: Fabrizio Romano’s Transfer Roundup: Arsenal transfer news, update on Harry Kane’s future and more


Arsenal closer to completing Real Madrid midfielder Martin Odegaard’s signature

Arsenal are reportedly close to signing Martin Odegaard from Real Madrid this time on a permanent basis.

The 22-year-old spent six months on loan at Emirates Stadium last season. His form in the Premier League has greatly influenced Arsenal. The Gunners are gearing up to sign the Real Madrid Prodigy with an initial fee of 30 million and add-ons. He will sign a five-year contract until the summer of 2026.

However, Real Madrid have the first refusal. It means that Whites Martin could adjust any future bids received by Arsenal for Odegaard and return him to the Santiago Bernabeu.


Also Read: Jim Beglin Column – 5 Premier League players can revive their careers this season (2021-22)

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