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Offer has come in for £30m Arsenal player, Gunners have responded


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AS Roma have made a proposal to Arsenal for Granit Xhaka, in response to Calciomercato.

The Italian membership, now managed by former Tottenham Hotspur boss Jose Mourinho, have made a proposal of €15 million (£12.88 million) plus bonuses for Xhaka.

However, Arsenal don’t need to promote the Switzerland worldwide at that value and need at the very least €25 million (£21.47 million) up entrance, in response to the report in the Italian information outlet.

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Too low a proposal

There is not any method that Arsenal will – or ought to – settle for simply €15 million (£12.88 million) upfront for Xhaka.

True, the 28-year-old midfielder reportedly desires to go away Arsenal this summer time, however the North London membership merely can’t promote him for an enormous loss.

After all, the Gunners paid Borussia Monchengladbach £30 million in switch charges in 2016, as reported by Sky Sports.

Xhaka has not precisely been an enormous success at Arsenal, however he’s nonetheless solely 28.

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In idea, Xhaka is on the prime of his recreation, and the Gunners mustn’t promote him for €15 million (£12.88 million).

You may argue that even €25 million (£21.47 million) will not be sufficient.

Arsenal ought to look for (at the very least) £25 million in switch charges. And that’s cash upfront.

Also keep in mind that Xhaka is an everyday in the Arsenal first group, and supervisor Mikel Arteta will have to signal a alternative for him if he leaves.

The 28-year-old Switzerland worldwide midfielder made 29 begins and two substitute appearances in the Premier League this season.

Xhaka scored one purpose and gave two assists in these matches.

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