28 years old versatile Portuguese player is on the verge of completing a massive summer move with Arsenal football club, and the move is reportedly to be taken immediately the 2019/2020 season comes to an end.
Report according to the Daily Mail have claimed that, Barcelona are also keeping tab on the versatile player, and are equally planning a massive summer deal for the Portuguese this summer.
Arsenal are reportedly going to pay a whooping sum of £50m for the defensive midfielder Danilo Pereira, but with Barcelona also in the race for the 28 years old player, there could be an increase in the valuation fee of the midfielder.
Pereira joined Porto from Maritimo in July 2015, and have since then become a major first team player at the Estadio do Dragao.
He is however, an established team member of the Porto side, and unquestionably a very accomplished defensive midfielder, boasting excellent strength, technical ability and defensive acumen, while he can also be very dangerous when he drives the ball forward.
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