£40 million midfield target wants Arsenal move

Written by Edward Pitt

June 5, 2021

Arsenal have been linked with a number of midfielders already this summer, such as Sander Berge, Sambi Lokonga and Emi Buendia.

However, one of our top targets, Yves Bissouma, of Brighton, reportedly is very keen on a move to the Emirates this summer.

Arsenal have been consistently linked with Bissouma, but are yet to make an official bid with Brighton wanting around £40 million for their star man.

However, it is thought that agreeing a fee will be the only obstacle for Arsenal in this saga, with Bissouma reportedly very keen on a move to the Emirates.

TheAFCBell reported that Bissouma has told those close to him that a move to Arsenal was his top priority and agreeing personal terms would be simple once a fee is agreed.

Arsenal have not yet agreed personal terms with the player, but reports suggest his agents have been in constant conversation with Arsenal representatives.

Fabrizio Romano had confirmed that Bissouma is just one of many midfield targets, not the priority, however if other priorities cannot be signed, it seems a deal for Bissouma is very much on the cards.

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