20-year old Uruguayan attacker could join Arsenal next summer
By Vick1014 | self meida writer
Published 11 days ago - 1 views
Arsenal will be taking on Benfica on Thursday in a bid to continue 2020/21 Europa League Competition.
Arsenal sold out a couple of players last winter transfer window, and they tends to recruit new players coming summer transfer window, as they have been linked with some players lately.
However, Arsenal have registered interest in securing the services of a young talented Inter Milan U19 player, as a report claims, Arsenal are considering a move for 20-year old Uruguayan player prior to summer transfer window.
He joined Inter Milan U19's squad in 2020 from Nacional, after a transfer fee worth €2.40m was paid, however, he is currently valued at €800,000.
Arsenal needs to trigger Martin Satriano's €800,000 release clause to secure his services next summer
If Arteta's team could sign the 20-year old Uruguayan attacker in the coming summer transfer window, he would be a long-term option at Emirates Stadium, considering his tender age and potential.
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