As the Gunners prepare for their third signing, Ben White receives a harsh Arsenal transfer warning.
Ben White is expected to join Arsenal alongside Nuno Tavares and Albert Sambi Lokonga.
Ben White, an Arsenal transfer target, has been told that he may retire before the Gunners win the Premier League once more. After a £50 million fee was negotiated between the two teams last week, White is likely to join Arsenal. Once he returns from his post-Euro 2020 trip, the centre-back will complete his move to the Emirates.
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Danny Mills, a former England and Manchester City right-back, can not comprehend White’s decision to join Arsenal.
Mills believes that there are better-performing Premier League clubs that may benefit from having a player like White in their defense.
Despite the fact that he is only 23, the pundit believes he will not win many major awards at Arsenal and that he may have hung up his boots before the Gunners win the English Premier League again.
Mills told talkSPORT on Sunday that he believes he is better than [Arsenal] at the moment.
“What is he going to win at Arsenal?” you might wonder. If he’s lucky, he’ll win the League Cup. Perhaps the FA Cup?
“It will be a long time until Arsenal wins the Champions League.
“Winning the Premier League means you’re looking at seven or eight years down the road, and he could retire before then.
“I think he’s a terrific player and a fantastic purchase for Arsenal; I’m just amazed Manchester United, who are in the market for a centre-back, haven’t gone in for him.”
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Arsenal last won the Premier League in 2004 and failed to qualify for European competition for the first time since 1995 last season.
On Monday morning, Mills weighed in on White’s move to Arsenal once more.
He believes the multi-talented star is deserving of a spot in European competition.
Mills stated, “I think he’s better than Arsenal right now.”
“I’m just curious about his goals. I’m surprised that bigger and better clubs with a higher chance of winning haven’t approached him.
“After three games of seeing him at Leeds, I said, ‘Man City,’” Brinkwire Summary News.