Napoli prepare bid for forgotten Arsenal man

Written by Edward Pitt

June 3, 2021

It is set to be a huge summer of sales for Arsenal with a number of players set to leave the Emirates this summer, as Arteta is keen to build his own team now.

One player that could be on his way out is forgotten man Sead Kolasinac. The Bosnian fell quickly out of favour under Arteta and was loaned to Schalke in January. However, it appears now unlikely that this move will become permanent, meaning Arsenal will have to try and sell him all over again this summer.

It looks like he might be a target for Napoli this summer. According to CalcioNapoli24 the Serie A side are looking for a left back this summer and could look to snap up a bargain in Sead Kolasinac to fill that void.

He has a market value of around £7.2 million according to Transfermarkt, though it is unclear what Arsenal would be looking to get out of him.

Furthermore, we could shave as much as £100k per week off the wage bill in selling him.

It seems a no brainer for Arsenal; his form dropped off under Arteta and doesn’t seem to have a future with us. Get what you can for him and let’s move on and sign a hungry, young replacement.

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