Barcelona Sets €15million Asking Price For Arsenal Target
According to report the La Liga Giant has set €15million for their second choice Goalkeeper keeper Neto.
According to Marca Barcelona second choice Goalkeeper is set to leave the club and Barcelona has set his asking price which is €15 million for any club that is willing to sign the Goalkeeper.
Arsenal was linked with Neto in January, with the London Club willing to bring the Brazilian international to Emirates stadium having sold Emiliano Martinez to Aston Villa.
Due to the presence of the clubs number 1 choice Marc-Andre ter Stegen the Brazilian playing time has reduced.
Arsenal also have a reliable first choice in the form of Bernd Leno, but Neto may be better off the bench than the two Goalkeeper they currently have, which are Alex Runnarson and Mat Ryan that was loan from Brighton in January.
If Arsenal can sign Neto he could be a strong back up for Leno. The Brazilian is a good shot stopper and the asking price could even be negotiated and if Arsenal could get him, he will be a good buy for them.
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