Arsenal continues talks over 25 million euro teenager

Arsenal has been one of the active teams in the transfer market over the past two transfer windows, and it seems that the Gunners are going to remain that way.

Mikel Arteta has helped the club to have a taste of what it feels like to be a club that wins trophies, and they want to keep at it.

One way that teams get better and perhaps more competitive is by making new signings.

After adding Thomas Partey to their midfield, the Gunners have a solid centre, but they are targeting yet another midfielder.

La Gazzetta Delo Sport claims that Arsenal has opened talks with the camp of young Salzburg midfielder, Dominik Szoboszlai and that the talks are continuing.

The Hungarian only just clocked 20 a few weeks ago, but he has been putting in some fine performances for the Austrian side for a long time now.

The report claims that Arsenal isn’t the only team looking to sign him as he has caught the attention of the likes of Juventus and Napoli.

It also adds that the midfielder has an affordable release clause which stands at 25 m euros.

At that price, he represents a cheaper alternative to Houssem Aouar whom Arsenal pursued in the last transfer window.

Tags Dominik Szoboszlai


  1. “After adding Thomas Partey to their midfield, the Gunners have a solid centre”

    more solid than previously, yes…but solid? NO

  2. On a river boat cruise of the Danube in 2018 we stopped over in Budapest .I chatted to an elderly cafe owner and we got round to the subject of football way back in the 1950’s when Hungary were the best team in the World led by the fantastic Puskas.Over a coffee he told me that a new Puskas had arrived in the form of DS who’s name I have difficulties in spelling.Since then I have followed the fortunes of the young guy, and have come to the conclusion that the cafe owner knows his football.I sincerely hope Arsenal can get DS because he would light up the Emirates.

  3. It’s gonna take more than one player make things right. Arteta needs to figure out solutions and not bank on Jan. transfer window.

  4. @Grandad, hope you are right and Arsenal end up signing this fantastic youngster. I have been following him for the past 2 seasons and I am sure he will light up the Emirates. In the meantime, I agree Arteta should solve the current problems, go for a 433 formation, get the shackles off the players and play attacking and fearless football, the Arsenal way.

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