Juventus has given Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta a big transfer boost for Manuel Locatelli.
Arsenal are rumored to be interested in signing Locatelli as a partner for Thomas Partey.
A deal for Manuel Locatelli from Juventus is said to have been rejected by Sassuolo. This implies Arsenal, who are also rumored to be interested in signing the midfielder, may still have a chance to do so this summer.
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Juventus’ offer was a two-year loan with a £26 million buyout clause, according to Goal.
Sassuolo, on the other hand, has turned down the offer for the Italian, who had a strong showing at Euro 2020.
The Gunners had made a bid for Locatelli, according to Sassuolo CEO Giovanni Carnevali earlier this summer.
“There is interest from [Juventus], we haven’t examined all the terms and evaluations yet, but we have a great relationship with Juventus, so we’ll keep talking,” he said.
“It is true that other foreign clubs are interested; Arsenal is one of them, and they are ahead of the pack because they have made the only concrete offer we have received thus far.”
Arsenal has responded by stating that this is not the case, but they have not ruled out the possibility of signing the 23-year-old.
With Granit Xhaka in discussions with Roma and Matteo Guendouzi having joined Marseille, Mikel Arteta is looking for a midfielder.
Albert Sambi Lokongo of Anderlecht is one midfielder who is rumored to be close to joining the club, although they are still looking for a more experienced partner for Thomas Partey.
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Arsenal are rumored to have negotiated a deal with Brighton for Ben White, who can also play central midfield but will most likely play as a central defense.
Since David Luiz’s contract expired this summer, Arteta has been looking for a right-sided centre-back to replace him.
After a successful first season in the Premier League for the Seagulls, White has attracted the Spaniard’s notice.
The 23-year-old played an important role for Graham Potter’s team, and he can play both in midfield and as a right-back.
White has agreed to personal terms and will sign a five-year deal in addition to a fee.
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