Arsenal could announce the signing of €35m valued highly-rated Barcelona attacker target
By YoungLam | self meida writer
Published 6 days ago - 3153 views
Arsenal could announce the signing of €35m-rated highly-rated Barcelona attacker target.
Arsenal will be playing Manchester City in their next Premier League match, having drawn Benfica during their round of 32 Europa Cup competition.
The North London club are among the group of teams that want to bolster their attack, and have identified 20 years old Spain international, who plays for Sevilla as a winger as a potential transfer target.
Arsenal could announce the signing of the 20 years old Sevilla winger, according to reports.
The 20 years old highly rated winger, who is on loan with Eibar has been impressive in performance for the La Liga outfits, having established himself as a key player.
Barcelona are also reportedly monitoring the situations surrounding the 20 years old Bryan Gil, who has a release clause of €35m in his contract with Sevilla.
However, Arsenal could announce the signing of the €35m valued highly-rated Barcelona attacker target in the summer, according to CaughtOffside.
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