£54 million Arsenal target set to be made available for transfer

Written by Edward Pitt

June 9, 2021

Despite missing out on Emi Buendia and many reports suggesting Yves Bissouma is a secondary target in the DM position, reports suggest one of Arsenal’s top targets is set to be made available for transfer.

Rennes star Eduardo Camavinga, 18, could be offered to various clubs on June 28th.

As of the 1st of July, Camavinga will have entered the final year of his current deal and if the young star continues to turn down contract offers from Rennes, the french club are set to offer their prize possession around.

The previously reported price was £54 million, though it is possible that with less and less contract left, and Rennes looking to cash in, this price might drop a bit.

Naturally, Arsenal will face some stiff competition, though perhaps Bissouma is the secondary target because we are still waiting to pull out all the stops for Camavinga. We can dream I suppose!

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