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Arsenal can beat Real Madrid to £70m January deal after transfer meeting


Talks about possible transactions are starting as the January transfer window draws near. With many transactions on their radar, Arsenal is expected to have another hectic winter transfer window.

After losing the Premier League championship competition the previous season, Mikel Arteta’s team is back in the running. Regretfully, Tottenham, Liverpool, and Manchester City are also in conflict with them, as are the residents of north London.

To attract Declan Rice, Kai Havertz, Jurrien Timber, and David Raya to the Emirates Stadium in the summer, around £250 million was spent. But with Champions League football adding to the pressure, January may see the completion of additional work.

Priority positions ahead of 2024 have included a new wide player, central midfielder, and centre striker. This season, Gabriel Jesus, Martin Odegaard, and Bukayo Saka have all posed an injury risk, raising questions about Arteta’s depth options.

Ivan Toney of Brentford is one player who has been mentioned as a potential rival to Eddie Nketiah and Jesus. Still, Dusan Vlahovic is still brought up in the midst of speculation over his future at Juventus.

Before moving to Turin, the Serbian turned down a transfer to north London. Although teams are reportedly ready to lock him down to a new contract, Juventus is reportedly keeping a close watch on his circumstances.

TuttoJuve claims that Real Madrid is monitoring the 23-year-old. After losing Karim Benzema in the summer, Los Blancos are looking for a new striker and may consider Vlahovic.

According to the report, Juventus does not want to sell the striker. But if Arsenal offers one of their own players, maybe they can persuade them.

With his future at the club still up in the air, Thomas Partey has been linked to a move to Italy for the past six months. After Rice’s club-record arrival in the summer, Juventus expressed interest, but no deal materialised.

Santo Aouna now claims that the Serie A team wishes to send the Ghanaian international to Italy on a one-year loan. Giuntoli, the sports director of Juventus, reportedly visited the player in London lately; the player is presently sidelined due to an injury.

If Arsenal can arrange a deal that sees Partey transfer to Turin and Vlahovic become the Gunners’ new center-forward, Juventus’ reluctance to trade Vlahovic may be persuaded to change their mind.


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