Arsenal ‘confident’ on completing deal for wantaway PL star

Ryan Fraser has been linked with a move to a bigger club throughout the the current campaign, and Arsenal now believe to be winning the race.

The midfielder has struggled to find him best form this season, with rumours linking him with the likes of Arsenal and Liverpool having continued throughout, and his head looks well and truly turned.

Last June he claimed that admitted that he didn’t know where he would be playing this season, before ending up staying with Bournemouth. Then a little while into the campaign he admitted that he ‘didn’t play for the team’ amidst all the speculation surrounding his future, and is now set to become available on a free transfer this summer.

Liverpool are believed to have held talks with the 26 year-old in November ahead of a potential move to Anfield in January, but nothing prevailed, and it is now said that we are winning the race for his signature, with the club ‘confident’ of getting the deal over the line this summer.

Fraser has been a consistent performer since joining the Cherries in 2013 when they were initially in League One, but has struggled to hit those heights this season amidst the cloud of doubt over his future. It remains to be seen whether that is down to him blaming those around him for not letting him move, but I would be extremely shocked to see him sign an extension to that deal at the Vitality Stadium.

Can a move rejuvenate the form of Fraser which saw him land seven goals and 14 assists in 18-19? Would he slot straight into the Arsenal team?


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  1. He seems to me to be a Ray Parlour style of player. Having that type in the team who is constantly buzzing around making a nuisance of himself can unsettle the rhythm of the opposition. I think he would be a very useful acquisition.

  2. Not a single player wil be “slotting into” ANY team anytime soon. That needs saying, as many articles ignore the fact that football is now massively changed in so many ways. It is certainly true that free transfers will be far more common from now on. NOT ONLY AT ARSENAL EITHER. Personally, I don’t rate Fraser at all, not at the level we need.

  3. Surely not.
    He has had one good season. Last season he was very ordinary. If this was caused because he was sulking at not being transferred last summer, I would suggest this to be an even bigger reason for not signing him!!

  4. But may be he didn’t perform because he was frustrated by the transfer saga any way who knows . But he can be a good gumble if Arsenal can bring him to create more competition since we need goal creativity in the team if we have like two or three will be okey.

  5. He is not good enough for Arsenal who already have enough wingers who are better than Fraser.

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