The deal is almost done, star arrives for medical, picture proof of shocking move
Ciro Immobile is one of several strikers being linked with a move to the English Premier League, with Arsenal and Liverpool believed to be interested in signing the Dortmund forward. However, reports from various media outlet, including the Express, confirm that the Italian has completed a season-loan move to Sevilla of Spain.
DUO SIGNING: £55M Super Stars On The VERGE Of Signing for Arsenal.
Arsene Wenger certainly means serious business this transfer window.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is understood to be focused on signing Aturo Vidal and Lars Bender this summer before the transfer window shuts down.
But, you will be saying, where is the done deal? Ah here it is…
Arsenal are on the lookout for world class stars this summer, but will also be looking to lose a few players as well, to free up space and funds going into the transfer window.Arsenal have extended the contract of Brazilian star Wellington Silva and will now be seeking to send him out on loan to another English side
CHELSEA TARGET TO UNDERGO MEDICAL WITH ARSENAL AFTER £10M BID IS ACCEPTED
It turns out “accepted” and “made a bid” are now synonymous.
Arsenal have made a bid for Napoli defender Faouzi Ghoulam, according to reports in Italy. MediaSet claim the Gunners have tabled an offer of around £10m for the Algeria international who played in two of his nation’s four World Cup group games last summer. Reports claim the player is ready to join the Gunners and Napoli are ready to accept the bid from Arsenal and the player could possibly undergo medicals with Arsenal this weekend.
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Two anniversaries from bygone days…
19 July 1954: Joe Haverty signed from St Patrick’s Athletic, and although only 18 immediately made his debut for Arsenal. He stayed until 1961 when he moved to Blackburn.
19 July 1995: Alan Smith announced his retirement. Between 1987 and 1995 he played 264 league games for Arsenal, scoring 86 goals. He went on to have a career as a commentator and reporter.
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