Arsenal competing for the signature of former Tottenham flop

Real Madrid and Arsenal are interested in signing Serge Aurier weeks after he terminated his contract at Tottenham.

Todofichajes says the Ivorian free agent is on the radar of Arsenal who knows he could join them for nothing anytime now.

The former PSG man has no problems playing for the Gunners despite his stint with their neighbours, Spurs.

Madrid has struggled for options at right-back this season and the report says in the event of losing Dani Carvajal, they have no other player who can fill in for the Spaniard.

They are now looking to add Aurier to their squad as he is one of the best available free agents at the moment.

Arsenal added Takehiro Tomiyasu to their squad in the last transfer window and the Japanese star has been in stunning form for them.

They also have Calum Chambers and Cedric Soares as players who can play in that position.

But the report maintains that they have their eyes on Aurier and could make him an offer soon.

Aurierโ€™s time at Tottenham was plagued by errors and inconsistency, but the Ivorian won the battle for a place in their team against Matt Doherty when they signed the Republic of Ireland International last summer.

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  1. Nope!WE DONT NEED HIM!!!
    No way, nada… We only need to manage the players against injuries till season end.

  2. I would take him over both Chambers and Cedric, as he will keep defenders honest, which will help both Saka and Pepe immeasurably, from an offensive perspective…that said, he might be an unwanted locker room distraction should he not get the requisite amount of playing time behind Tomi…he’s been known to be a bit of a problematic figure at times, both on and off the pitch, but it’s hard to argue what he can bring to the table on his “good” days…of course, our propensity to get burned by “free” agents shouldn’t be overlooked by our current administration, especially as those deals usually involve higher wages, battles over term and the more recent push for playing time assurances

    1. not sure where you were going with that comment, minus the possibility that it was just a cheap and passive-aggressive attempt to call me a fool for what I contend was a fairly well-balanced critique of Aurier…if that was the case, don’t hide behind some cheap grade school parlour trick and put forth a contrary opinion of some merit, if that’s even within your clearly limited tool box JW

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