Tuesday 7 June 2016

Leicester’s Riyad Mahrez keen on Arsenal move – report

Arsenal are interested in signing Riyad Mahrez this summer, say reports The North Londoners are set to make an astonishing £25million offer to bring Riyad Mahrez to the Emirates Stadium this summer, as per reports.

The above report is according to transfer expert Tancredi Palmeri who himself claims the Gunners have submitted the said amount for the 25-year-old.

About Mahrez, Palmeri tweeted: "Arsenal have bid €32m (£25m) for Mahrez. Arsenal, before bidding for Mahrez, had several meeting with the player's entourage and the player is open for moving."
Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger is understood to have drawn up a shortlist of potential transfer targets.

Now, the Express is reporting that Arsenal have submitted a  £25million offer for the Algerian international following his impressive performances for Leicester City in the Premier League.

The same report goes on to say that, the Algerian international has also attracted interest from other clubs in recent weeks.

The north London club officials reportedly met up with the winger's representatives a number of times to make sure he's open to the move before tabling a bid.

The Algerian international's fine form has attracted interest from Arsenal and Barcelona, with reports suggesting both clubs are lining up bids for his services this summer.

Arsenal manager is also keen to sign Mahrez's teammate Jamie Vardy and last week made a £20m bid to trigger the 29-year-old's release clause.

However, Express Sport understands Vardy, who netted 24 goals this season, is not prepared to make a decision on his future until after his Euro 2016 campaign with England.


  1. Really, how will Wenger improve him. Ask Chamberlain et al

  2. Poor Leicester. It's like waiting for the first domino to fall.

  3. It would be great to have Maharez at arsenal in addition to Vardy and Mikhataryn. That definitely a title winning side.

  4. Petr
    Bellerin, Stones, koscielny, Rodrigues
    Wilsher, Granit
    Mikhataryn, Ozil, Sanchez

    Now thats a winning side