Arsenal has given Lautaro Martinez a big boost, while Inter is considering offers for all of their players.


Arsenal has given Lautaro Martinez a big boost, while Inter is considering offers for all of their players.

This summer, Arsenal has been linked with a deal for Lautaro Martinez.

According to rumours, Arsenal’s interest in Inter Milan attacker Lautaro Martinez has increased this summer. The Serie A club is preparing for a big departure, which might lead to Martinez’s arrival at the Emirates Stadium in the coming weeks.

Arsenal and Adidas have unveiled their official 2021/22 home jersey, which is based on the club’s motto of “Arsenal for everyone.”

Martinez, according to the Mirror, is willing to join Arsenal this summer if a competitive offer is made for his services.

Arsenal’s ambitions of signing Romelu Lukaku were supposed to be shattered by the Argentine’s impending arrival at Chelsea.

The Gunners may have been given a financial lift as a result of Inter’s present financial difficulties.

According to Corriere della Sera, Inter chairman Steven Zhang revealed his plan to sell all players for whom an acceptable offer is received just days after the club won the Serie A title.

Zhang’s strategy resulted in the departure of manager Antonio Conte, who had agreed to retire along with directors Giuseppe Marotta and Piero Ausilio.

Marotta and Ausilio, on the other hand, elected to stay at the San Siro rather than ‘leave Inter to its fate.’

According to Corriere della Sera, Lukaku will not be the only big name leaving Inter this summer.

Martinez, Nicolo Barella, and Stefan de Vrij might all leave, according to the source, but no one is guaranteed a spot at the club this season.

Mikel Arteta may be exploring long-term replacements for Alexandre Lacazette, whose current Arsenal deal expires in 2023.

Martinez was reportedly in the club’s sights earlier this week, according to The Telegraph, as they look for a fourth summer acquisition.

Arteta is overseeing a reorganization of his team in preparation for the 2021/22 season, with additional changes planned.

So far in the current transfer window, the Gunners have signed three players for a total of £75 million.

Ben White joined Anderlecht midfielder Albert Sambi Lokonga and Benfica left-back Nuno Tavares in a £50 million transfer from Brighton.

Following a disastrous 2020/21 season, Arteta will be under pressure to lead a great campaign at the Emirates Stadium.

Arsenal finished ninth in the Premier League, failing to qualify for a major European competition for the first time in almost a quarter-century.


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