Following Tottenham’s release, Arsenal was reportedly offered the option to recruit Serge Aurier on a free transfer.
Spurs have confirmed that Serge Aurier has left the club after his contract was mutually terminated.
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Arsenal have apparently been approached about signing Serge Aurier, who left Tottenham earlier this week. The Ivory Coast international is free to join any club after mutually terminating his contract with Spurs on deadline day after failing to secure a move before the transfer window closed.
Lille was one of the clubs interested in signing him, but the deal fell through because their full-back Zeki Celik’s transfer to Atletico Madrid fell through.
Aurier kept put as a result, but Nuno Espirito Santo made it clear that he was not a part of his plans.
Spurs hoped to recuperate a reasonable fee for the former Paris Saint-Germain and Toulouse midfielder, but potential suitors were few and far between.
In wins over Manchester City, Wolves, and Watford, Japhet Tanganga has shone at right-back, while Tottenham also swooped in on Barcelona’s Emerson Royal on deadline day.
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After Aurier’s departure, Matt Doherty is now judged surplus to requirements, but he still has a chance to play in the Europa Conference League and cup competitions this season.
Arsenal has been offered the chance to sign the former Tottenham player, according to journalist Ekrem Konur.
Despite the fact that the transfer deadline has past, Premier League clubs can still sign free players whenever they choose, as long as they have room in their present squads.
Former Arsenal duo David Luiz and Jack Wilshere are also without clubs. Aurier is one of the most appealing names on the list.
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Despite Hector Bellerin’s loan move to Real Betis, Arsenal already has a strong right-back lineup.
A new signing has been made. Takehiro Tomiyasu can fill in there, and Cedric Soares, Calum Chambers, and Ainsley Maitland-Niles can also help.
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