Arsenal could complete a deal for 20 year old laliga left winger
By Rainman_news | self meida writer
Published 11 days ago - 63 views
Arsenal FC tends in recruiting 20 year old Spaniard left winger who is also courted by Real Madrid and Barcelona.
According to report, The highly-regarded star’s current contract expires in June 2023, with a release clause allegedly worth around €50 million, Sevilla, though, want to secure the €20m rated future at the club by extending his deal and including a new buy-out clause – somewhere in the region of €100 million to €150 million.
The 20 year old left winger is currently on loan from Sevilla, scoring three goals and registering two assists in twenty one games in the process.
Bryan Gil started his youth career at Barbate CF back in July 1,2012 and has been very impressive in his current style of play to attract interest from a number of top clubs across Europe, including Los Blancos and Blaugrana.
The Gunners hopes to land Bryan Gil a possible deal following rumors that martin Ødegaard might leave Emirates stadium this summer transfer
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