Arsenal could announce the signing of young talented Inter Milan forward next summer.
By SportView | self meida writer
Published 6 days ago - 9 views
Arsenal FC lost their last EPL match, following their 1-0 loss to Manchester City on Sunday.
The North London Club are hoping to sign a young talented Uruguayan striker into their squad when summer transfer window reopens.
According to reports, Arsenal are eyeing up move for 20-year old Uruguayan and Inter Milan U19 player.
The youngster plays majorly as a striker, and his contract deal at San Siro doesn't expire until the summer of 2024, therefore, Mikel Arteta's team could find it difficult to sign him next summer, considering the fact that his deal is expected to terminate in 2024.
However, Arsenal needs to compete with their league rival Chelsea FC, who are also interested in signing the 20-year old Uruguayan forward Martín Satriano. He has a release clause worth €800,000 currently.
In your view, should Arsenal offer Inter Milan €800,000 to secure the services of the young talented forward Martín Satriano next summer?
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