Arsenal have received a major boost as a result of United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s U-turn.
Following Manchester United’s latest decision, Arsenal may have a free hand in pursuing a transfer target.
Arsenal’s pursuit of Kieran Trippier has been aided by the news that Manchester United has dropped its interest in the midfielder. Arsenal are looking for a right-back before the transfer window closes. Trippier, an England international, was mentioned as a possible target over the weekend.
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Hector Bellerin, Cedric Soares, and Calum Chambers are the three right-backs in Mikel Arteta’s first-team roster.
Bellerin, on the other hand, has been linked with a move away after allegedly informed the club that he wanted to leave this window.
Cedric and Chambers are capable back-ups for Arteta, but they should not be considered regular starters.
After purported interest from the Gunners earlier this year, links with Tariq Lamptey and Max Aarons have faded dramatically.
If Arteta’s interest in Trippier is any indication, he wants to bring in an experienced right-back.
Arsenal has joined United in the chase for Trippier, according to the Sun.
United, according to the Mirror, has now dropped out of contention.
Diogo Dalot will be used as a competitor for Aaron Wan-Bissaka by United.
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Dalot was on loan at AC Milan last season, but he impressed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who no longer wants to sign a right-back.
As a result, Arsenal could have a free hand in signing Trippier if they so desire.
Atletico Madrid, on the other hand, is keen to maintain hold of the former Tottenham Hotspur star, who has a £34 million release clause in his contract.
Trippier wants to return to the Premier League, but according to The Sun, Arsenal would have to pay well over £20 million.
The England Euro 2020 hero turns 31 next month, and it’s unclear whether Arsenal would be willing to spend that much for a player with little future worth.
So far, the Gunners have made three acquisitions, including a £50 million deal for Ben White. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”