Arsenal set to complete £65m triple transfer “within 2 weeks”

A huge criticism of the last 10 years of the Arsene Wenger era was the dithering over transfers – with the club often waiting until the last week of the transfer window to complete deals.

The new era lead by Raul Sanllehi and Sven Mislintat has heralded a new policy on transfers.

Not only were we happy to deal with a super agent when we signed Henrik Mkhitaryan, and got through a complex deal which saw Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang join the club in January, we are not concluding our transfer dealings earlier.

We have already seen Stephan Lichtsteiner join the club on a free transfer, and it is becoming increasingly likely that he will be joined by 3 more new signings.

We already know that the deal of Sokratis Papastathopoulos will go through at the beginning July. The Greek centre back joining Arsenal for £16m.

The Gunners are closing in on the £26m signing of Sampdoria midfielder Lucas Torreira.

Arsenal are discussing personal terms with representatives of Uruguay midfielder Torreira and a deal for the 22-year-old who came off the bench on Friday to help Uruguay beat Egypt 1-0.

A £26m fee has been agreed between the two clubs. Over his release clause but allows Arsenal to spread payments out.

Unai Emery is also keen to sign a goalkeeper and Arsenal have made contact with Leverkusen over a move for Bernd Leno. The 26-year-old will replace Petr Cech as the Gunners No1.

Reports are they have approached Bayer Leverkusen over a £23m deal for German goalkeeper Bernd Leno, who recently liked an Instagram post concerning the transfer speculation.

As Leno was left out of Germany’s World Cup squad, there are unlikely to be too many delays in completing the deal.

With all 3 set to be completed in the next two weeks, it will leave the club plenty of time and money to complete a “special” signing before the window shuts on the eve of the transfer window.

Keenos

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5 thoughts on “Arsenal set to complete £65m triple transfer “within 2 weeks”

  1. Pingback: Arsenal set to complete £65m triple transfer “within 2 weeks” - TACTICS FC

  2. Stanley simons

    Great to read that we are not dithering.let’s get our players together and make us feel the pride we have become accustomed too.coyg

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  3. Dexter

    Such a misleading and simplistic comment. 10 years of dithering on transfers.

    What a load of crap.

    There were seasons when the lack of transfer activity was frustrating and others when players were signed early on.

    WE have signed one player. A 34 year old on a free. So hardly worth getting carried away yet.

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  4. Melvyn

    Wake me up at start of kick-off when new season begins. Then I can check who’s arrived and whose left Arsenal, until then rumour control is just that. Good Night. Zzzz

    Reply

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