Wednesday 18 May 2016

Arsenal submit £51m striker deal

IN ADDITION: The Gunners are also concluding in on a transfer for Newcastle star and news on Isco's future with Real Madrid.
According to the reports from Corriere Dello Sport, the North London club has made available a gargantuan proposal for Juventus striker Alvaro Morata.

By means of the transfer window fast approaching, the 23-year-old Spaniard remain one of the most chased striker known not to have committed his future with the Italian club, even though he has won a second consecutive Seria A title with Juventus following his move from Bernabeu in 2014.

Reports from Italy as claimed that Arsenal is negotiating directly with the Spaniard former side, Real Madrid and not with the Italian club. The North London club chiefs are assumed to have succumb £51million should his return to Spain be confirmed.

The Spaniard has by his own admission, said he does not know what his future holds, however Corriere Dello Sport also claims that the Los Blancos are will bring back the 23-year-old back to Bernabeu and by then negotiate with Arsenal about his sale in a monetarily worthwhile move worth around £51million.

The Serie A title winner, Juventus are assumed desperately to keep hold of Morata so the Gunners could face unwholesome difficulty in securing the Spaniard signature.

Juve put forward that they may not be a problem though after their general director, Giuseppe Marotta, claimed the Spaniard wants to remain with the Italian champions.

He also stressed further that the club will do everything within its influence to keep hold of the forward when they open discussions with Real should they, as is to be expected, come calling for their former academy product.

He said, "Keeping Morata at the club is an important objective for us, but what happens at the Champions League final may have much to do with his future. We'll do all we can to fulfil his wishes to stay in Turin, where he feels he is at a club that is perfect for his career development,"

"Morata's future doesn't solely depend on Juventus despite our desire for him to remain here, but the outcome of the conversations with Real Madrid will dictate his future."

According to TransferMarketWeb, Arsenal is in leading the chase to sign Newcastle star, Moussa Sissoko.

Sissoko, the French international is likely to move from the northeast after Newcastle relegation from the Premier League and the Gunners are set to reignite their interest in the 26-year-old.

Despite the French international being under contract with the Toon’s Army until 2019, he could be available for £10million.

Reports from Daily Express has make known that Francisco Roman Alarcon Suarez, commonly known as Isco who has been Arsenal and Manchester United target has ruled out his summer move.

The 24-year-old midfielder as per reports has been a target for the two Premier League clubs but held that he is determined to battle for his place at the Bernabeu.

He said, "We're going in to the end of the season in the best form possible. I'm happy with what I've achieved but excited by the future. There is no better place to win titles than at Real Madrid."

"My aim is to work day by day because I'm an ambitious player and I've still got a lot to demonstrate."

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